The first map of Latin America’s subway network was released last week, and while the map doesn’t include most of the region, it does include some key points for tourists and locals alike.
The map shows the region’s metro networks from northern to southern Mexico.
It was created by mapping service MapMyStreet and has been updated in several iterations.
The top three metro stations are located in Ciudad Juarez, the country’s second largest city.
That’s the capital of Michoacán, home to Mexico’s largest drug cartel, the Sinaloa cartel.
The other two stations are in Tamaulipas, in northern Mexico, and in Ciucas, on the border with Guatemala.
The first two stations of the metro network are located at the southern end of Ciucan, the city that borders Guatemala.
It’s the main crossing point for tourists from all over Mexico.
The other two are located along the border between Guatemala and Texas.
That is the main entry point for drug cartel smugglers trying to get to the United States.
The third metro station is located in Monterrey, a city in central Mexico.
There, the northern border crossing point, the border crossing between the United Kingdom and France, and the southern border crossing points, are located.
The fourth station is situated in Nuevo Laredo, the largest city in the state of Jalisco, in the southwest.
It is the largest border crossing in the country and the most populous in the southern state of Chiapas.
The fifth station is in Oaxaca, Mexico’s second-largest city, which borders the United State.
The last metro station, in Mona, is located on the northern coast of Mexico, in Mexico’s northwestern state of Nayarit.
It serves as the capital city of Oaxarán, where Oaxacan, the state that covers the Mexican state of Oceania, has a large concentration of indigenous populations.
There are also several smaller metro stations scattered around Mexico’s interior, like Monterres de Puebla, located in the province of Chiapa, or Santa Anna, located on Mexico’s Pacific coast.
These stations are not the only ones that show interesting information.
There are also maps of metro lines in the U.S. and Canada that give a sense of how different cities in the region are connected.
The maps are based on data from the Federal Transit Administration, which tracks where Metro trains go and how they move through different regions of the country.