martes, 16 de febrero de 2010


This blog was created to the people to know about the MIO system, and how to use it with the units of measurement.
Also to help the people to learn about the distance of the stations, the routes, and all the other things related to the MIO and the measurement. We hope you like this blog!!!

sábado, 13 de febrero de 2010


The MIO is an integrated massive transport in the city of Cali thought vial corridors dedicated to the society, the city and the community.

This massive system, also as transport us in a modern and efficent way, should serve as an excuse to transform our city. New and renovated public spaces, better air quality, and many other benefits make the MIO an element to integrate the city of Cali.

viernes, 12 de febrero de 2010


The 1st of March of 2009 in Cali, with a cultural and ceremonial act in the square of San Bosco, Vicepresident of Minister of Transport, the Mayor of Santiago de Cali and the President of Metrocali, inagurated the promotional phase of "The Integrated Mass West" in spanish "Masivo Integrado de Occidente" MIO. It first haved 53 articulated buses, 31 buses padrones, 3 rutas troncales, and 7 fedders.

As a challenge to change not only the mobility in the city, but the culture of citizenship, called the Cali Mayor Jorge Ivan Ospina. The start of that first Phase consisted 16 coupon of Rolling Rolls, and 3 articulated buses.

jueves, 11 de febrero de 2010

MIO Routes in Cali

This are the routes that cover the MIO( Masivo Integrado de Occidente ) in the city of Cali:

More Routes

Next there are some examples of the routes of the MIO in the city of Cali.

Pretroncal route P30A

Pretroncal Route P30A


Pretroncal route P20A

Pretroncal Rute P20A

(Rail Way Station-Center)