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Bus Stations — México City, Distrito Federal


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In the greater México City area, there are four main long-distance bus stations — Terminal Central de Autobuses del Norte, Terminal Central del Sur, Terminal de Autobuses de Pasajeros de Oriente, and Central de Autobuses del Poniente.

Generally speaking, each station specializes in providing service to a specific region to the north, south, east, and west of México City, although some destinations, such as Oaxaca, are served by multiple stations, sparing travelers additional time consuming trips across México City on the way to their final destinations.

All bus station have either guardaria (baggage check) or lockers (Mex$5 -12) for temporary storage of luggage, ATMs, internet, information booths, food services, and newsstands.

Moreover, direct bus service to nearby cities is available from the airport.

For general information on traveling by bus in México, read the article "Bus Travel — México."



Terminal Central de Autobuses del Norte   Bus Station     (N)
Service mostly to cities north of México City.


Terminal de Autobuses de Pasajeros de Oriente   Bus Station     (E)
Service mostly to cities east of México City. This station is usually referred to by its acronym, TAPO.


Terminal Central del Sur   Bus Station     (S)
Service mostly to cities south of México City.


Central de Autobuses del Poniente   Bus Station     (W)
Service mostly to cities west of México City.


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