With 1,800 police officers, the operation for the LGBTTI+ Pride March in CDMX

the 44 LGBTTI+ Pride March This Saturday it will be protected by 1,800, announced the capital government, which at the same time is preparing modifications in the traffic and public transport of the CDMX.

At a press conference, the head of government Claudia Sheinbaum announced that this Saturday, June 25, the participation of 300,000 people is expected for the LGBTTI+ Pride Daywhich will start around 10:00 a.m. in the Angel of Independencebound for capital socket.

Also, on this occasion the parade will be made up of 140 allegorical cars, which will be accommodated between 3:00 and 9:30 a.m. in Paseo de la Reformaenter here wake of light and the Oil Sourcefrom where they will leave by block to continue to the Angel of Independence, and then continue along Avenida Juárez, Eje Central and 5 de Mayo to reach the Plaza de la Constitución.

While, regarding the security operation, Francisco Moreno, Undersecretary of Traffic Control of the Secretariat of Citizen Security (SSC), explained that the Undersecretariat for Police Operations will deploy 1,800 troops and 40 patrols, while the Traffic Department will deploy 355 uniformed personnel in 55 vehicles, 22 motorcycles and five tow trucks.

Similarly, in order to avoid human rights violations, the Government of Mexico City will deploy public officials from the Secretariat of Social Inclusion and Welfare (SIBISO), through the “Diverse Sea”, whose elements are voluntarily integrated into the march.

While, from the morning until the end of the march, the Zócalo del Metro CDMX will remain closed, while the Metrobus announced changes to the service, such as the closure of the following stations between 12:00 and 18:00:

  • Line 1
    • Remodeling
    • Hamburg
    • Buenavista II
  • Line 3
    • Mina
    • Hidalgo
    • Juárez
    • Buckets
  • line 4
    • Buenavista
    • Cuacthemoc delegation
    • Mexico Tenochtitlan
    • Republic Square
    • Colon Roundabout
    • San Carlos Museum
    • Hidalgo
    • Fine arts
  • line 7
    • Chapultepec to Campo Marte
    • The Angel to Campo Marte
    • Paris to Campo Marte
    • Hidalgo to Campo Marte

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In addition, the SSC noted the following streets as road alternatives to avoid traffic cuts that will take place throughout the day, especially on Paseo de la Reforma: Axis 3 East, Francisco del Paso and Troncoso, the Bicentennial Circuit, the Peripheral Ring, Calzada Chivatito, Axis 1 East, Beltway and Calzada de la Viga; in the west, Puente de Alvarado Avenue, Ribera de San Cosme Avenue, Dr. Río de la Loza, Chapultepec Avenue, Fray Servando Teresa de Mier, North Axis 1 and José María Izazaga, Chapultepec and Constituyentes avenues; the Mexico-Tacuba Causeway, Presidente Masaryk, and Axis 3 South and Baja California.

This was the box class in the Zócalo

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