Puebla

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Overview - Templatia

Puebla (Heroica Puebla de Zaragoza) is the capital and the largest city by population in Puebla. It has approximately 1,576,000 inhabitants in the city proper as of 2010. The Puebla metropolitan area (Puebla-Tlaxcala) comprised 3,199,530 residents as of the 2020 INEGI census.


Puebla's rapid transit network consists of three bus rapid transit services.

RUTA

Opened 2013, RUTA (Red Urbana de Transporte Articulado) consists of three bus rapid transit services that serve the city of Puebla, Puebla and the surrounding suburbs.

Line 1 (Línea 1)

Line 1 of RUTA is an 18.5 km bus rapid transit service on an East-West alignment. It runs from Tlaxcalancingo in the west to Chachapa in the east via downtown Puebla, serving 38 stations.


Line 1 was opened in January 2013. Line 1 is operated by the Red Urbana de Transporte Articulado (RUTA).

Line 2 (Línea 2)

Line 2 of RUTA is a 13.8 km bus rapid transit service on a North-South alignment. It runs from Limones in the south to the Diagonales in the north, serving 34 stations of which four are in a single directional loop at the northern end and two of which serve a single direction only. Some buses from Line 3 through-run onto Line 2 from Panteones to the northern terminal loop.


Line 2 was opened in April 2015. Line 2 is operated by the Red Urbana de Transporte Articulado (RUTA).

Line 3 (Línea 3)

Line 3 of RUTA is a 15.3 km bus rapid transit service on a North-South alignment. It runs from Valsequillo in the south to CAPU in the north, serving 29 stations. Some buses from Line 3 through-run onto Line 2 from Panteones to the northern terminal loop.


Line 3 was opened in November 2018. Line 3 is operated by the Red Urbana de Transporte Articulado (RUTA).

References & Helpful Links

RUTA at Wikipedia.es

Official Website for RUTA: Red Urbana de Transporte Articulado


Maps


Other Sources

Puebla, Mexico at BRTDATA.org

Asset Notes

Line colors taken from unofficial map on Wikipedia as of Jan 2020.


Last Updated: Jan 30, 2021

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