In commercial and educational areas there will be an extension of schedules in public transport in Mazatlan.
MAZATLAN.- If you work or study at night, we have good news for you, because public transport in Mazatlan will extend its hours so as not to leave users helpless.
This was the result of a meeting between leaders of public transport, where the issue of night guards in some shopping malls and in the Autonomous University of Sinaloa was discussed.
Jesús Ernesto Sandoval Landeros, delegate of Roads and Transportation in Mazatlan, explained that the hours will be extended until 9:30 p.m. in the Liverpool area, and until 10:30 p.m. in the UAS area.
Sandoval Landeros recognized that this will begin to be implemented so that the community is not left without public service.
“Rest assured that under the agreement we reached with the leaders of urban transportation, that no worker is going to be stranded at that time of night due to lack of transportation and we will also continue to monitor,” he said.
On the other hand, the leader of the Alliance of Buses in the city, Faustino Mejía Chávez, commented that the student discount card became valid from the first day of classes.
“The card has to be updated, that already corresponds to the module that is in front of the Jaramillo high school, the student has to update that data, but what is the discount, yes, no problem,” he said.
Do you want to process the student discount card?
If you do not have a card, here we tell you how to get it, first you must go to the Tarjetainteligentesinaloa.org.mx page, there you will be informed of all the requirements to pick it up at Plaza Universidad, local 224, Ejército Mexicano Avenue, Colonia Insurgentes, in front of the UAS, with hours from Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
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