All the chaos was caused by the preparations for the Formula One Show Run, in which the Mexican Sergio Pérez will ro
- All the chaos was caused by the preparations for the Formula One Show Run, in which the Mexican Sergio Pérez will roll through CDMX.
STAFF / REFORM AGENCY
MEXICO CITY.- The closure of central lanes of Paseo de la Reforma between Lieja and the Glorieta del Ángel de la Independencia, in addition to the partial cuts in neighboring streets, cause delays to dozens of drivers, motorcyclists, cyclists, tourists and users of the Metrobús .
All the chaos was caused by preparations for the Formula One Show Run, in which the Mexican Sergio perez He will roll in the streets of Mexico City aboard his Red Bull next Wednesday.
Horns blare continuously in the Angel and Diana the Huntress roundabouts, causing traffic jams.
Although the private vehicles and Turibús and Trolleybus units do not stop moving forward, their march is slow.
“I was diverted for more than 20 minutes now, although they are moving forward,” said Fernando, a driver who said he did not know the closure.
Pedestrians and cyclists have also suffered complications to cross the roads where cars seek to gain passage.
“I’m already late for a meeting,” said a cyclist to one of the officers who coordinated the flow of vehicles and who chose to advance on the sidewalk, between pedestrians.
“Their horns sound and sound, but they pass, if it were a flat march they would not advance,” said a shopkeeper in the area.
Elements of Transit maintain the drip closures, that is, at times they avoid the continuous passage in roads such as Mississippi to relieve the concentrations of vehicles and that they continue to advance.
From this Monday until Thursday, the traffic police explained, the road system will be maintained to coordinate the vehicular circulation in the area, due to the preparations for the event on Wednesday.
Between 11:30 and 13:00 on Wednesday, the two cars of the Austrian team will carry out an exhibition tour in a street circuit that will be located in Paseo de la Reforma, which will be able to attend all fans of Guadalajara, from team and Formula One.
This activity is part of the events leading up to the Mexico City Grand Prix that will take place from November 5 to 7 at the Hermanos Rodríguez Autodrome.
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