Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mexico
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Overview - Pachuca
Pachuca (Pachuca de Soto) is the capital and the largest city by population in Hidalgo. It has approximately 256,000 inhabitants in the city proper as of 2015. The Pachuca metropolitan area comprised 665,929 residents as of the 2020 INEGI census.
Pachuca's rapid transit network consists of a bus rapid transit line.
Opened 2015, Tuzobús consists of a bus rapid transit line that serves the city of Pachuca, Hidalgo and the surrounding suburbs.
Ruta Troncal Centro-Téllez
Tuzobús Ruta Troncal Centro-Téllez is a 16.5 km bus rapid transit line on a North-South alignment. It runs from Centro Histórico in the north to Terminal Téllez in the south, serving 31 stations of which six are in a single direction only and one of which (Central de Autobuses) is on a spur (not shown on strip map as it is not served by the primary stopping service). There are four primary services on Ruta Troncal Centro-Téllez.
Ruta Troncal Centro-Téllez was opened in August 2015. The last expansion to the line was the opening of a new Central de Autobuses station in August 2019 (the prior station with the name renamed to Estadio Hidalgo). Ruta Troncal Centro-Téllez is owned by the Government of the State of Hidalgo.
References & Helpful Links
Official Website for Tuzobús: Tuzobús
Official System Map - Tuzobús [JEPG] [Last Accessed Jan 29, 2021]
Tuzobús color taken from official logo on website as of January 29, 2021.