The Mexico City transportation company ordered 12 city-trams TE-90 and 4 TE-95 in 1989.
The city-trams are electric light rail vehicles with a 218 passenger capacity per car at four passengers per square metre. The vehicles can run on shared lanes as well as reserved lanes at ground, elevated or underground levels. The trainsets are comprised of M1 motor cars, with driving cab and pantograph, and M2 motor cars. A trainset can have up to eight coupled cars. Each end car of the trainset has a driving cab.
The cars were delivered in 1991 and maintenance was done in 1996. They are running in Mexico City on the Taxqueña to Xochimilco line and serves 100,000 passengers daily.