translated from Spanish: This will be the plan that will facilitate public transport in Santiago during this long weekend

The Ministry of Transport and Telecommunications has created a plan to facilitate public transport in Santiago and allow people to plan their trips this Friday, November 1. With regard to the support buses, there will be 120 additional buses to reinforce the operation and 40 buses that will reinforce the routes to the main cemeteries of the city. These supports will be available from 07:30 to 11:00 and from 16:00 to 20:00, throughout the long weekend.1.- METRO:Metro de Santiago will start operating this Friday 1 at 08:00, usual holiday time. For the rest of the weekend, that same start-of-service time will be maintained. Services operated until 8 p.m. During the day, according to the contingencies, the progress in the closing time of some stations will be evaluated. For this Thursday 31 October the lines will operate according to the following detail:Line 1: between Pajaritos and Los Dominicos (Neptuno and San Pablo are not available), with the stations Baquedano and Santa Lucia closed and without train stop; and Heroes available only for combination between L1 and L5. At 19:00 controlled access of the U. of Chile and Currency stations was decreed by demonstrations in the Alameda.Line 2: between La Cisterna and Sapadores with stopovers in El Parrón, Lo Ovalle, Lo Vial, El Llano, Franklin, Rondizzoni, Parque O’Higgins, Toesca, Santa Ana, Cal and Canto, Cerro Blanco, Cemeteries, Einstein and Dorsal.Line 3: with service in Los Libertadores, Vivaceta, Plaza Chacabuco, Cal y Canto, Universidad de Chile, Matta, Irarrázaval, Monsignor Eyzaguirre, Uñoa, Chile Spain, Villa Frei, Plaza Egaña and Fernando Velasco Castle. At 10:00 a.m. the ama saw a suspension of operations leaving only u.S. Chile and Fernando Castillo Velasco enabled. This lasted until almost 12:00 so the support of 20 buses was requested between the Alameda and Los Libertadores.Line 4: between Tobalaba and Quilín, with arrest in Christopher Columbus, Francisco Bilbao, Príncipe de Gales, Simón Bolívar, Plaza Egaña, Los Orientales, Greece and Los Presidents.Line 4A: completely closed. Line 5: between Quinta Normal and Vicente Valdés, with stops in Santa Ana, Bellas Artes, Santa Isabel, Irarrázaval, Carlos Valdovinos, Camino Agrícola, Mirador and Bellavista La Florida.Line 6: with Cerrillos, Lo Valledor, Franklin, Uñoa, Inés de Suarez and Los Lions.The combinations that have been available are: Cal and Canto: between L2 and L3Irarrázaval: between L3 and L5University of Chile: between L1 and L3Los Leones: between L1 and L6’uñoa: between L3 and L6Santa Ana: between L2 and L5Tobalaba: between L1 and L4Plaza Egaña: between L4 and L3Franklin : between L2 and L6The Heroes: they can not enter or leave the station, only make combination between L1 and L2.2.- EFE:Metrotren We will have operation until 20.00 all weekend and on Thursday 31 operated normallyMetrotren Rancagua on Thursday, Friday and Saturday will have services from 08.00 in both directions. The last service from Rancagua will be at 18.30 and from Santiago at 19.00. On Sunday it will start operations from Santiago at 09.00 and rancagua at 09.30. In the afternoon the last train from Santiago will depart at 20.00 and from Rancagua at 18.30 hours. In Merval it will start its services all weekend long at 08:00 in the sense Limache-Puerto and 08:55 in the direction of Puerto – Limache.Terra to Chillán on Thursday departs from Santiago at 08.30, 10.40 and 17.30, and from Chillán at 08.00 and 15.00. Friday and Saturday departs from Santiago at 08.30 and 17.30, and from Chillán at 08.00 and 15.00.Sunday departs from Santiago at 08.30 and 17.30, and from Chillán at 08.00, 12.00, 14.00 and 15.00 hrs. During the day, the closing times of both services will be evaluated.3.- BUSES:For Friday 1, Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 November, some specific sectors of the city will be strengthened:Friday 1 November: the strengthening of the routes that take users to the various cemeteries of the capital. Saturday, November 2: reinforcements will be available on the main axes of trade. In addition, we will have monitors: Plaza Puente Alto – Plaza Maipú – Quilín – Tobalaba – Central Station – Las Rejas – Cal and Canto – Vicente Valdés – La Cisterna – Santa Ana.Domingo 3: routes in the bus terminal sector will be strengthened. The start of bus operations this weekend will take place from 06:00 with all the usual holiday services available. In total there are 7 services that will allow users of the communes of Puente Alto, La Florida, La Cisterna and Maipú to have greater alternatives to reach the Metro stations that are operating.

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