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Wednesday 17 of August 2022

Phase I Environmental Alert Suspended


A cyclist wearing a mask is seen on a day of traffic restrictions from the Mexico City's government campaign to support anti-pollution measures in Mexico City,photo: Reuters/Edgard Garrido
A cyclist wearing a mask is seen on a day of traffic restrictions from the Mexico City's government campaign to support anti-pollution measures in Mexico City,photo: Reuters/Edgard Garrido
Improved weather conditions led the Environmental Commission of the Megalopolis (CAMe) to suspend the Phase I Environmental Alert

The Environmental Commission of the Megalopolis (CAMe) announced it had had suspended the Phase I Environmental Alert due to ozone in the metropolitan area of the valley of Mexico.

The CAMe detailed that the high atmospheric pressure affecting the center of the country moved on to the west of the country, favoring a lesser atmospheric stability and winds of moderate intensity.

These conditions allowed the dispersion of pollutants and an improvement in air quality, with forecasts indicating a continued improvement.

Based on the temporary modification of the Hoy No Circula program, this Friday 6 all vehicles with blue sticker of license plates ending in 9 or 0 will have to suspend all circulation.