The operation of the Medellín Metro woke up this Thursday with difficulties due to the winter season that is falling in much of the national territory.
Several of its stations remain closed, which has repercussions on the mobility of people who use this important means of mass transportation.
The most affected by the rains is the northern end of line A, the main one of the Medellin Metro, which runs through the north of the city. The five closed stations are Tricentenario, Acevedo, Madera, Bello and Niquía.
The fact has repercussions: there is no connection for those who move through the two metrocables located in the northern area of the Aburrá Valley.
The Medellin Metro reported this Thursday morning that for now it does not have an estimated time to restore the service. The technicians of the company analyze the situation.