Mexico City Metro marks 50th anniversary of public service
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Officials in Mexico City have announced a $2 billion investment aimed at upgrading the city’s underground subway system. The modernization plans come as the Mexican capital marks 50 years of its beloved “Metro,” a public transportation system has transformed the daily lives of residents.
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