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Trolleybuses in Guadalajara

Guadalajara trolleybus system
Trolleybuses passing Guadalajara Cathedral in 2008.
Operation
Locale Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Open 15 December 1976 (1976-12-15)
Status Open
Routes 2 (nos. 400 and 500)
Owner(s) Sistema de Transporte Colectivo de la Zona Metropolitana (Sistecozome)
Operator(s) Sistecozome
Infrastructure
Electrification 600 V DC
Overview
System map, 2010.
Website (Spanish)Sistecozome

The Guadalajara trolleybus system (Spanish: Sistema de trolebuses de Guadalajara) serves Guadalajara, the capital city of the state of Jalisco in Mexico.

Opened on 15 December 1976,[1] the system is owned and operated by Sistema de Transporte Colectivo de la Zona Metropolitana (Sistecozome), an agency of the Jalisco government. As of 2011, it had two lines, each of which connected the area west of the city with the eastern part of the city.

See also

References

  1. ^ Morgan, Steve (September 1990). "Mexico Review, Part 1: Guadalajara". Trolleybus Magazine No. 173, pp. 104–115. National Trolleybus Association (UK). ISSN 0266-7452.

External links

Media related to at Wikimedia Commons

  • Trolleybus city: Guadalajara at Trolleymotion (English)
  • Guadalajara database / photo gallery and Guadalajara trolleybus list at Urban Electric Transit – in various languages, including English.

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