Transpeninsular train that will connect Tijuana with San José del Cabo will operate every 30 minutes

It will have several different stations in both states

New railway projects in Mexico have caused an amazing amount of support and excitement in Mexican people. Of course, the Baja California peninsula is not far behind as on Thursday, February 9, new updates have been revealed regarding the Transpeninsular Train from Tijuana to San José del Cabo.

Among the new information shared by Federal Representative Alfredo Porras Domínguez, the route of this amazing passenger train will have a total of 11 stations which will travel through several different municipalities of Baja California and Baja California Sur. They will operate every 30 minutes, and the stations will be the following:

  • Estación Tijuana
  • Estación Ensenada
  • Estación San Pedro Mártir
  • Estación Bahía de Los Ángeles
  • Estación Guerrero Negro
  • Estación Santa Rosalía
  • Estación Ciudad Constitución
  • Estación La Paz
  • Estación Todos Santos
  • Estación Cabo San Lucas
  • Estación San José del Cabo

According to this information, it is expected that these trains carry approximately 25,000 passengers per day so that they can enjoy the incredible landscape views and gastronomic delicacies that every municipality has to offer.

It is expected that the train’s working hours will be from 6 AM to 11 PM so that there is enough time to carry out maintenance of the railways of this high-speed train.

It should be noted that a few months ago, renowned actor and politician Damián Alcázar proposed the construction of a train to travel in the state, so that people could discover the touristic spots that this region has to offer. It is expected that this Transpeninsular Train connects with the “Pacific Train”. Together, they will allow passengers to travel from La Paz to Chiapas in one single railway track.

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