You can find on this page the Mexico trains map to print and to download in PDF. The Mexico railways map presents the rail network and shows high speed rails routes of Mexico in Americas.

Mexico rail map

Map of Mexico train lines

The Mexico rail map shows all the railway stations and lines of Mexico trains. This train map of Mexico will allow you to easily travel by train in showing the major rail routes and high speed rail routes of Mexico in Americas. The Mexico rail map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Unlike in Europe, or parts of Asia or Africa, there is no real coherent international rail network, and most journeys must generally be made by long-distance bus or plane. Indeed, most countries have no coherent national rail network as its mentioned in Mexico rail map. The city has a light rail line which is linked to the metro system at the southern line 2 terminus. So far, a single commuter rail line connects the capital with the northern metropolitan area.

Between about 1995 and 2014, rail-moved freight traffic volume doubled. In contrast, the Mexican GDP improved, by about 56% (about 2.8% per year as you can see in Mexico rail map). That suggests a railway market share gain compared to trucking. An international report concluded that the performance of Mexico three (now just two) main railway freight concessions had improved considerably—thus by 2014 rivaling the improvements in freight railroad service witnessed in countries like Germany.

Mexico rail freight industry structure was changed quite a bit in 1995 when the government changed its policy toward a more competitive railway concession model asits shown in Mexico rail map. The policy became more open to commercial competition with private investment taking on the business execution risks. The change paid public dividends. There were improvements in railway infrastructure and rolling stock investment.