"She asked us for this time", says Sheinbaum on the cessation of Serranía del Metro CDMX

The head of Government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum, shared in a conference that the departure of Florence Serrania of the general direction of Coelective Transport System (STC) Metro, was due to a request made by the engineer herself.

Yesterday, after announcing that Guillermo Calderon Aguilera will assume the position as the new director of the CDMX Metro, the local president limited herself to giving the announcement and not answering questions with the press.

Nor was Serranía allowed to use the microphone, which was transmitted by the report of the now former director of Electric Transportation Services of the capital, who affirmed that Lines 1 to 6 have a lower operating capacity after the fire that occurred in the Good Tone High Voltage Substation.

Read more: Lines 1 to 6 of the CDMX Metro operate with lower capacity after fire: Calderón Aguilera

“There is a transition process where she has to leave all the information to Guillermo Calderón, but she asked us for this time and, for the moment, she will continue to support from outside with any information that is required.

“Regarding the rest, I would no longer like to make an evaluation but I consider that he is a qualified person and it is necessary to look forward to the modernization of the Metro,” said Sheinbaum.

Professional relationship ends after 56 days of silence

The cessation of activities of the engineer, who is a collaborator of Carso Group, occurs 56 days after the fall of the elevated viaduct of the Line 12, which left with it the death of 26 people, in the section of the stations olives Y Tezonco.

According to the first report by the Norwegian company The Norwegian Veritas (DNV), the collapse registered in the golden line It was due to a structural failure associated with at least six deficiencies in the construction process, such as absence or poor placement of screws, welds and beams.

Read more: Sheinbaum: CDMX is recognized among the 6 best digital cities, along with Washington

Phases two and three of the international expertise will be delivered on July 14 and August 30, respectively.

Photo: Government of Mexico City
Neighbors of Colonia Olivos capture the fall of line 12 of the CDMX metro


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