Sunday, January 26, 2014

Grenadiers destroy turnstiles and blame protesters #PosMeSalto

Radio New Republic: "The police destroyed turnstiles and blamed the activists who reject the increase to metro ticket implemented since 13 December."

Saturday, January 25, 2014

Mexico City - police use falseflag vandalism and provocateurs to discredit #posmesalto

SDP News: "The convenors to release the turnstiles at the various stations of Line 2 of the Mexico City Metro system to reject the rate increase of 3-5 pesos they renounced the violent incidents that occurred tonight inside the Hidalgo subway .

In an interview with SDPnoticias, Galván Ferrer, leader of the group you Mandas , opposition to the rate increase, explained that the assaults occurred when elements of subway security attempted to stop a sex offender who assaulted a user."

Friday, January 24, 2014

Rompiendo el mito de los puentes peatonales

© La Jornada de Michoacán
VeoVerde: "En el poco tiempo que llevo haciendo activismo pro movilidad, el tema de los puentes peatonales es uno que me saca de mis casillas. Tenemos tan metida la cultura cochecentrista que es muy difícil que entendamos que los puentes no nos hacen ningún bien, sino todo lo contrario. Ahora explico por qué."

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#PosMeSalto still going strong in Mexico City, line 2 turnstiles opened on Friday

Photo: Darkroom : "As a method of rejection up to the rate and the lack of visible results in facilities and service Metro Public Transport System, the movement # PosMeSalto announced the release of the tourniquet 24 stations of Line 2 Friday January 24 .

They also called for the completion of a public consultation on 4, 5, 6 and 7 February in the 36 busiest stations of the metro network."

Saturday, January 11, 2014

Mexico City's #PosMeSalto Movement Protests Rising Transit Costs "To understand how a 50 cent fare is considered one of the most expensive in the world, you have to take into account Mexico City's minimum wage which has stagnated around 64 pesos, just shy of five dollars for a day’s work. Therefore, a basic daily commute can account for a minimum of one sixth of one's daily salary and sometimes up to one half if the commuter has to pay extra for  buses or minivans to travel from their house or job to the subway stop. "

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Tuesday, January 7, 2014

In Mexico, #posmesalto aganist #publictransit fare hikes continues and grows.

Realizan primer #PosMeSalto del año - Grupo Milenio: "The organization better known Metro Popular social networks like # PosMeSalto returned to the activities with the opening of turnstiles in at least seven stations. Reported by them as a "massive torniquetazo", members of the movement allowed free entry into stations University, Cuatro Caminos, El Rosario, Taxquena e Indios Verdes, from 7 in the morning. The organizational meeting of the movement said they plan to release the turnstiles again 6 to 8 pm at various stations, since this time there is a greater number of users."

Sunday, January 5, 2014

Mexico City "someone" hires vandals to turn people against fare protest

Organizers call for peaceful protest.
La Jornada: Tuesday released Metro turnstiles: "Daniela # TúMandas Garduño, Rafael Romero, # PosMeSalto reported that for this first action there is a record of 23 brigades and more are being incorporated into the next hours to reinforce acts of peaceful civil resistance against the rise in the rate , implemented since 13 December."

Beware of undercover police provocateurs.

Thursday, January 2, 2014

Manifestantes permiten entrada gratuita al Metro por alza en tarifa. #posmesalto

La Jornada: "México, DF. Opositores al aumento de la tarifa del Metro liberaron torniquetes este martes en la estación del Metro San Lázaro, y anunciaron que también lo harían en Taxqueña, Observatorio y Autobuses del Norte.

Los manifestantes emplazan al jefe de Gobierno, Miguel Ángel Mancera, para que “a más tardar el día 13 dé marcha atrás al aumento de la tarifa”, mismo que impugnarán en el Tribunal de lo Contencioso Administrativo."

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