Mexico City Metro
It was the world's first metro system to identify its stations by means of symbols. It is also one of the cheapest – a ticket from any station to any other currently costs a mere MXN $2.00 (EUR 0.13 or USD 0.19).
The Metro system first opened to the public in 1969. It has expanded since then in a series of fits and starts; it currently comprises 11 lines and 177 kilometres of passenger track.
- List of Mexico City metro stations – itemisation of lines and stations, together with detailed information on inauguration dates and distances, etc.
- Xochimilco Light Rail – light rail line that connects with the Metro network
- Metrobús – bus rapid transit line (under construction)
- Mexico City Metro (official)