Although the Phase 1 Environmental Contingency was lifted, trolleybuses, RTP buses and the light rail will remain free of charge until June 30
A passenger boards an electric bus displaying a sign that reads "MasXCoche. Free Service" during a government campaign to support anti-pollution measures in Mexico City, Mexico, April 5, 2016. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido, photo: Reuters/Edgard Garrido
07 of April 2016 08:57:25
MEXICO CITY – Although the Phase 1 Environmental Contingency was lifted, trolleybuses, RTP buses and the light rail will remain free of charge until June 30, the date on which temporary adjustments are scheduled for the Hoy No Circula program.This was confirmed on the capital’s Secretariat of Mobility Twitter account @CDMX_Semovi.These measures were implemented to aid the population in adhering to Hoy No Circula, which requires the cessation of driving one day a week and one Saturday a month for vehicles, and will cost the city government between 90 million to 120 million pesos over the three months of restrictions.The capital’s agency reported that all of these actions may be consulted by the public through the Secretariat of Mobility’s website, semovi.cdmx.gob.mx, or through Locatel.