Minibuses abound in Mexico City. These purple and white CDMX branded buses are the most prominent and smartest in the city and operated by Autotransportes Metropolitanos del Oriente Periferico (AMOPSA). Local manufacturer DINA built many of the city's minibuses. This 1220160, or 160 for short - as on the windscreen - is seen on Avenida Juarez in the city centre in June 2018.
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Another DINA Runner HTQ is sister vehicle 1220185 was seen nearby with the Post Office Museum behind.
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Passing the Hilton Mexico City Reforma is another DINA Runner HTQ. The illuminated destination suggests the bus might be newer, but close examination of the other two DINAs reveals they are fitted with matrix displays too, but they are not in use.
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Not a DINA, this Ayco Toreto bodied Mercedes, registered 650-581, is seen at the southern terminus of the new Line-7 MB Metrobus Alexander Dennis Enviro500MMC BRT route in the parkland of Campo Marte. Following is Enviro 818 whilst 938 is the rearmost of the pair waiting at the return headstop.
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Back to Avenida Juarez for DINA Runner HTQ 1220166, with the full fleet number on the windscreen.
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