Monterey, NL. The government of New Lion informed that it will invest 300 million pesos in the rehabilitation and maintenance of the lines 1 and 2 of the electrification system, infrastructure, stations and acquisition of tools and spare parts for the train fleet.
The investment proposal will be submitted for approval to the Metrorrey Board of Directors, in a session to be held on January 31, and is the result of an internal technical analysis and a report on the state of the technology carried out by an external company.
The technical sheet of Metrorrey Collective Transport System, about him “Budget Project 2022, critical maintenance lag”, highlights that among the concepts of the fixed installations, repair of capitals on line 2, repair of tunnel leaks, reconstruction and protection of columns on line 1 in the Santa Catarina River, maintenance of the protection system is required. of fires on line 2.
As well as replacement of lights, major maintenance of the tunnel ventilation system, spare parts for catenary and electrical substations, maintenance of general services of lines 1 and 2, among other concepts.
It is worth mentioning that this Monday, January 24, hundreds of users of line 2 were affected, due to the fact that during the early hours of the morning there was a break in the catenary messenger cable, for which the stations Anáhuac, Universidad, Children Heroes, Regina and General Anaya.
For the repair, the Metrorrey team of engineers had to join the wiring, repair parts that were damaged, energize the catenary again and carry out the necessary tests to guarantee the proper functioning of the system.
In view of the contingency, 60 units of the transmeter, of Institute of Mobility and Accessibility state, as well as Carriers.
The state government recognized that the users acted with order and respect and there were no reports of any incident during this process. He also highlighted the work of the authorities of the municipalities of Monterrey and San Nicolás de los Garza, as well as the Civil Force, who contributed units for the transfers and for providing security to passengers when boarding the trucks.
For this reason, the state administration called on employers and employers to support their employees for the inconveniences generated by this failure.