Guadalajara

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Overview - Guadalajara

Bordered to the northeast by the Barranca de Huentitán, Guadalajara is the capital of Jalisco and third largest city by population in Mexico. It has approximately 1,460,000 inhabitants in the city proper as of 2015. The Guadalajara metropolitan area comprised 5,286,642 residents as of the 2020 INEGI census.


Guadalajara's rapid transit network consists of a rapid transit service, a light metro service, a light rail service, and a bus rapid transit service.

Tren Ligero

Opened 1989, the Tren Ligero de Guadalajara consists of a rapid transit service, a light metro service and a light rail service that serve the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco and the surrounding suburbs.

Line 1 (Línea 1)

Line 1 of the Guadalajara Light Rail network is a 16.3 km light rail service on a North-South alignment. It runs from Auditorio in the north to Periférico Sur in the south via Guadalajara, serving 20 stations.


Line 1 was opened in September 1989 and the last extension to the line was to Auditorio in November 2018. Line 1 is operated by the Sistema de Tren Eléctrico Urbano.


Headways
ServiceM-F MiddayM-F RushSat.Sun.Notes
L19'5.5'5.5-9'9'

Schedules -- Last Updated: Jan 23, 2021

Line 2 (Línea 2)

Line 2 of the Guadalajara Light Rail network is an 8.5 km light metro service on an East-West alignment. It runs from Juárez in the west to Tetlán in the east, serving 10 stations.


Line 2 was opened in July 1994. Line 2 is operated by the Sistema de Tren Eléctrico Urbano.


Headways
ServiceM-F MiddayM-F RushSat.Sun.Notes
L29'4'4-9'9-12'

Schedules -- Last Updated: Jan 23, 2021

Line 3 (Línea 3)

Line 3 of the Guadalajara Light Rail network is a 21 km rapid transit service on a Northwest-Southeast alignment. It runs from Arcos de Zapapan in the northwest to Central de Autobuses in the southeast via Guadalajara, serving 18 stations.


Line 3 was opened in September 2020. Line 3 is operated by the Sistema de Tren Eléctrico Urbano.


Headways
ServiceM-F MiddayM-F RushSat.Sun.Notes
L37.5-9.5'7.5-9.5'7.5-9.5'7.5-9.5'

Schedules -- Last Updated: Jan 09, 2021

Macrobús

Opened 2009, Macrobús consists of a bus rapid transit service that serves the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco and the surrounding suburbs.

Mi Macro Calzada

Mi Macro Calzada of Macrobús is a 16 km bus rapid transit service on a North-South alignment. It runs from Mirador in the north to Fray Angélico in the south via Guadalajara, serving 27 stations primarily along Calzada Independencia.


Mi Macro Calzada was opened in March 2009. Mi Macro Calzada is operated by the Sistema de Tren Eléctrico Urbano.


Headways
ServiceM-F MiddayM-F RushSat.Sun.Notes
Calzada5-8'5-8'5-8'5-8'

Schedules -- Last Updated: Jan 09, 2021

References & Helpful Links

Guadalajara Light Rail at Wikipedia | Tren Ligero Guadalajara at Wikipedia.es

Macrobús at Wikipedia | Macrobús at Wikipedia.es

Official Website for Tren Ligery and Macrobús: Sistema de Tren Eléctrico Urbano


Maps


Other Sources

Guadalajara, Mexico at Urbanrail.net

Guadalajara, Mexico at BRTDATA.org

Asset Notes

All line colors taken from system map on Estrena de Línea 3 page as of January 2021.


Last Updated: Feb 22, 2021

Old Maps
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