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Monday 26 of October 2020

Traffic Congestion due to Marches


Traffic on Bucareli near Paseo de la Reforma,photo: Cuartoscuro/Armando Monroy
Traffic on Bucareli near Paseo de la Reforma,photo: Cuartoscuro/Armando Monroy
A pilgrimage and march will block roads in the downtown area

This Tuesday, you can expect traffic in Mexico City to be congested. There will be a pilgrimage and a march in the streets of the downtown area, warned the local Governance Secretariat. They reported that during the day the “Eduardo Alonso Escárcega” National Movement of Retirees, Pensioners and the Elderly will march from the Basilica of Guadalupe to the Chamber of Deputies as part of its annual pilgrimage.

At 11 a.m., members of “The Land Belongs to Everyone” movement and the Union of Workers of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (STUNAM) will march from the Angel of Independence to the U.S. embassy.

Later, the protesters will move toward the Senate, located on Paseo de la Reforma.

Similarly, the Command, Control, Computer and Communications Center of Mexico City reported on his Twitter account @ciudad_segura this morning that there is a blockage on Municipio Libre and Avenida Cuauhtémoc.

Drivers can consult information posted on @072AvialCDMX, @OVIALCDMX and @ciudad_segura Twitter accounts for alternatives routes in real time.