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Baja California is a peninsula that includes the states of Baja California in the north and Baja California Sur in the south. Although there are now large urban areas at both ends of the peninsula, it was historically one of the more-isolated parts of Mexico. The original, scattered indigenous population was decimated by diseases introduced by Christian missionaries in the late 18th century. Europeans and mestizos established themselves in farming communities at oases, originally at sites such as San Ignacio and Mulegé (Mulejé). After the paved Transpeninsular Highway opened up the length of the peninsula in the 1970s, tourism began to thrive, especially at Cabo San Lucas and other sites in the far south.

Many migrants arrived planning to cross the border into neighboring El Paso, Texas, but found that in Juárez’s expanding economy they could have what was denied them back home: a solid house, a used car, a steady job. Juárez filled with family businesses, including markets, beauty parlors, and upholstery shops.

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This website is an extension of my books The Tramways of Brazil and The Tramways of Chile , which were published, respectively, on paper, in 1989 and 1992. Digital surveys of The Tramways of other countries have been created and uploaded as follows: Paraguay in 2000, Cuba in 2002, Mexico in 2003, Haiti and Peru in 2004, Bolivia in 2005, Ecuador and Venezuela in 2006, Colombia in 2007, Costa Rica , Guyana , Jamaica , Panama , Puerto Rico and Trinidad & Tobago in 2008, Barbados and El Salvador in 2009, Curaçao in 2012, Aruba in 2013 and Dominican Republic in 2016. Many of these pages have versions in other languages: Spanish, Portuguese, French, Dutch, Russian, Belorussian, Macedonian, Estonian, Romanian, Polish, Ukrainian, et al. A facsimile edition (with pictures and maps) of my 1989 Brazil book was added in 2010 and, as shown below, many of the discussions of the Brazilian systems have been expanded in digital form with new information and illustrations. There are pages about trolleybus systems in ten countries and pages on general topics. Surveys of Argentina and Uruguay are in preparation.

Some of the original members are: [41] Arturo Guzmán Decena (Z-1), Heriberto Lazcano (Z-3), [42] [43] Carlos Vera Calva (El Vera), Jesús Enrique Rejón Aguilar (Z-7 or El Mamito), [44] [45] Galdino Mellado Cruz (El Mellado or Z-9), Flavio Méndez Santiago (El Amarillo or Z-10), Jaime González Durán (El Hummer), [46] Rogelio González Pizaña (Z-2 or El Kelín), [47] [48] [49] Efraín Teodoro Torres (El Efra, La Chispa or Z-14), [50] Raúl Hernandez Barrón (El Flander), Víctor Nazario Castrejón Peña, Gustavo González Castro (El Erótico), Óscar Guerrero Silva (El Winnie Pooh), Alberto Trejo Benavides (El Alvin), Luís Alberto Guerrero Reyes (El Guerrero), Mateo Díaz López (Comandante Mateo), Daniel Peréz Rojas (El Cachetes), Luis Reyes Enríquez (El Rex), Nabor Vargas García (El Débora), Isidro Lara Flores (El Colchón), Alfonso Lechuga Licona (El Cañas), Ernesto Zatarín Beliz (El Traca), Prisciliano Ibarra Yepis, Rogelio Guerra Ramírez (El Guerra), Miguel Ángel Soto Parra (El Parra), Gonzalo Gerezano Escribano (El Cuije), [51] Daniel Enrique Márquez Aguilar (El Chocotorro), Iván Velázquez-Caballero (El Taliban, L-50), [52] Raúl Lucio Hernández Lechuga (El Lucky, Z-16), Enrique Ruiz Tlapanco (El Tlapa), Braulio Arellano Domínguez (El Gonzo), Jorge López (El Chuta), José Ramón Dávila (El Cholo), Eduardo Estrada González, Omar Lormendez Pitalúa (El Pita), Eduardo Salvador López Lara (El Chavita), and Germán Torres Jiménez (El Tatanka).

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