Train from Tijuana to San José del Cabo would have departures every 30 minutes; would pass through 11 towns

La Paz, Baja California Sur (BCS). According to data shared by the representative of Baja California Sur, Alfredo Porras Domínguez, if the transpeninsular train was built —which would connect from Tijuana to Los Cabos—, there would be routes with departures every 30 minutes; as well as 11 stations between the 2 entities.

Likewise, it transpired that its operating hours would be from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., which would allow having a space to maintain the train tracks, which it is presumed could be high-speed, as reported by San Diego. Grid.

The trains would be transporting approximately 25,000 passengers a day, which would offer panoramic views and the gastronomy of the municipalities it will cross.

In Baja California Sur, according to the map that had been disseminated by federal deputy Miguel Torruco, there would be 7 populations contemplated: San José del Cabo, Cabo San Lucas, Todos Santos, La Paz, Ciudad Constitución, Santa Rosalía and Guerrero Negro.

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