Mexico City's Metro Line A runs a line directly down the eastern border of the city before briefly cutting east into La Paz in Mexico State. The line opened way back in 1991. It received a big boost in 2021, at least as an international destination, as Cablebús Line 2 connects with the line at Metro Santa Marta.
With 10 stations and a length of some 15 kms, it's an important line for residents in the eastern Valley of Mexico. Like Line B, it has a lettered designation because there are stations entirely in Mexico State. On this line. they're the last two stations on the line.
Running southeast along the border between Iztacalco and Iztapalapa in Mexico City, on the Mexico State side are the important municipalities of Nezahualcóyotl and La Paz. Both are densely populated. Thus, Metro Line A is often crowded. Almost 200,000 passengers take the train during normal workdays, so be aware of Rush Hours.
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