translated from Spanish: Routes to get to the airport and taxi taxi crashes

The national tax movement (MNT) blockages at at least three strategic points in the city have collapsed the mobility of the capitals, so we tell you the alternate routes to reach your destination. 
A couple of hours ago, the mavericks threatened to make a permanent seeding in case local and federal authorities do not meet their demands to regulate transportation applications such as Uber, Didi, Cabify and Beat.
Mexico City International Airport
At this time the only way to get to Mexico City International Airport (AICM) is by Metro or on foot. 
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After noon taxi drivers closed the road traffic at the height of Terminal 1 of the AICM and a couple of hours later also blocked the traffic outside Terminal 2, so Metrobus Line 4 stopped serving at Terminal 1 and Ter stations minal 2.  

Updating the information, without Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 service of the AICM. Take forecasts. @Capuano @SSP_CDMX @LaSEMOVI @LaSEMOVI @GobCDMX
— CDMX Metrobus (@MetrobusCDMX) October 7, 2019

The Metro continues to provide normal service at its nearest stations, which are Hangars and Air Terminal, Line 5. 

In the face of today’s road closures, we recommend using the following alternatives: Line 5 to get closer to the AICM area, as well as Av. Polytechnic and Ticomán; Line B, parallel to Central Av.; Line 1 for nearby as Av. Luis Cabrera and Av. Toluca. #MovilidadCDMX
— MetroCDMX (@MetroCDMX) October 7, 2019

The vehicle circulation throughout the area is completely stopped, so approaching in a car is not the option.
In this situation, the airline Volaris announced support measures for its customers such as condontation of charges for change of flights between 7 and 14 October. 

Important information for passengers traveling to and from Mexico City ✈
— Interjet (@interjet) October 7, 2019

Other lines such as Viva Aerobus have recommended that their passengers take forecasts against road closures. 

#VivaInforma Passengers with flights leaving CDMX:
Due to the presence of civil demonstrations in different roads, we suggest taking the necessary precautions to avoid affecting your flight.
Stay tuned for our updates:
— Viva Te Escucha (@VivaTeEscucha) October 7, 2019

Paseo de la Reforma
One of the largest concentrations is located in Paseo de la Reforma at the height of the Angel of Independence. As a result, this avenue is closed between Liege and the Glorieta de Colón.
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If you need to get to that point the road alternatives are Inner Circuit, Insurgentes, James Sullivan and Antonio Caso Street.

14:20 The circulation in Paseo de la Reforma remains closed in both directions between Liege and the Glorieta de Colón by protesters at the height of the Angel’s Grotto. This is #AlternativaVial. #MovilidadCDMX
— OVIAL_SSCCDMX (@OVIALCDMX) October 7, 2019

The Metro stations near that point are the Insurgentes and Seville stations of Line 1.
Meanwhile, the Metrobus reported that the Auditorio and Campo Marte stations, on Line 7 that runs along Paseo de la Reforma, were closed. So far there has been no update to this route.

Updating the information, the service is modified as follows: from Green Indians and Children’s Hospital The Villa to Anthropology, without Service Auditorium and Campo Marte. Take forecasts. @SSP_CDMX @LaSEMOVI @GobCDMX
— CDMX Metrobus (@MetrobusCDMX) October 7, 2019

Second floor of the Peripheral
One of the last blocked points was the second floor of the Peripheral, at the height of Barranca del Muerto towards Viaducto.
Only private vehicles circulate through this artery, but the nearest Metro station is Barranca del Muerto, on Line 7.
Another option is to use public transport buses that run on the first floor of the Peripheral.

Caution closing of Second Floor at the height of the Flowers/Barranca del Muerto by group of #Taxistas SOUTH/NORTH direction towards @ApoyoVial Via @susanakanaduct @Radio_Formula @warkentin @jrisco @enriquemunozFM @LeonardoCurzio @supercivicosmx
— YaNoMas (@NoMasCondosAO) October 7, 2019

Other avenues or areas that at some point of the day have been blocked are Insurgentes, Zaragoza, Santa Fe and the Zocalo capitalino, for the latter the best option are the stations of Line 2 Zocalo, Allende and Fine Arts. L
To track the status of real-time blockades as well as alternate routes you can consult the Twitter account of the Road Information Center of the Ministry of Citizen Security of Mexico City.
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