You can take the autopista or the beautiful carretera a Cuernavaca, if you leave the city via carretera you can (if the weather is fine) overlook the whole city. Both roads begin at the end of Tlalpan. One way to get there is by metrobus which runs down the long north south road "insurgentes". Take it to the last stop and find your way to the highway. There is a good place to hitch there. For the metrobus, you need a card (which costs about 11 pesos for 1 ride) to take the metrobus, but if you ask, people will let you use their card for 3.50 pesos. From Doctor Galvez, a minibus runs to the point where autopista and carretera split. You can take another minibus to the toll gate (caseta de cobro) de la autopista.
NORTH: [[Pachuca]] and [[Querétaro]] === Querétaro and [[United States of America|United States]]: take a metro to Buenavista where you take another suburban train (note that special card that costs 13 pesos is required to go on it). Take the suburban (15 pesos) all the way to the last stop at Cuautitlan (I think they are building an extension of the line) and get off at the left side of the track. Cuautitlan is one of the side cities of metropolitan Mexico. The caseta (toll gate) going north is about 7-8km from here. From the train station, you can find buses (10 pesos) or minibuses going to the caseta (toll gate). Ask around.
Note, the bus follows the highway, but it doesnt pass the toll gate. Just few hundred meters before the caseta the buses turns in to some other town and you have to jump off. But then its easy, you have only 5 minutes walk (you can see the toll gate from when the bus turns).
Its a main toll gate north of of Mexico, so you might have company of some other mexican hitchhikers
:)If you're having trouble at the tollbooth, there's a gas station about two kilometers down the road where you can talk to people . P.s. I think you can get on buses going towards the caseta from the suburban train station of Lecheria (just a few stops before the Cuautitlan). Didnt checked it myself though.
Pachuca: From metro station "Indios verdes" take a minibus to autopista, or toll gate.
*" There is also a cheaper, less complicated way to get to autopista Mexico-Queretaro. Just take the blue line to the west end - Cuatro Caminos (5 pesos). From there walk towards the highway. A lot of buses go on the road that is parallel with the highway. Just hitch and one of the buses will take you for free. Wherever the bus takes you, you will be able to hitch either a truck or a car entering the highway, it is really easy. (I did it alone and in pair, with and without a sign and both times got picked up within minutes). --[[User:Uyku.tulumu|Uyku.tulumu]] ([[User talk:Uyku.tulumu|talk]]) 20:23, 19 July 2013 "
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