CDMX does not circulate today: Tuesday, January 18

It is Tuesday, January 18, 2022 The drivers who must follow the Hoy No Circula program are those who have a vehicle with pink sticker and license plate number 7 and 8.

These restrictions will be in force from 5:00 a.m. on Tuesday and until 10:00 p.m. in the Metropolitan Zone of the Valley of Mexico, as certified by the regulation endorsed by the Megalopolis Environmental Commission (CAMe).

In this sense, they will have to be stationed from 5:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. in the 16 municipalities that make up Mexico City and only 18 municipalities in the State of Mexico (Atizapán de Zaragoza, Coacalco de Berriozábal, Cuautitlán, Cuautitlán Izcalli , Chalco, Chicoloapan, Chimalhuacán, Ecatepec de Morelos, Huixquilucan, Ixtapaluca, La Paz, Naucalpan de Juárez, Nezahualcóyotl, Nicolás Romero, Tecámac, Tlalnepantla de Baz, Tultitlán and Valle de Chalco).

While cars with double zero, zero, electric and hybrid holograms will be able to circulate without restriction, as established by the Environmental Commission of the Megalopolis (CAMe).

Mobile sources or vehicles registered abroad or States other than the Federal District, the State of Mexico and States that enter into homologation agreements for the vehicular verification process, or that do not carry the verification hologram, or that carry an unrecognized hologram through the Federal District, its circulation is limited, one day during the week and every Saturday regardless of its last numerical digit, from 05:00 to 22:00 hours; as well as, in a morning schedule from Monday to Friday from 05:00 to 11:00.

The Hoy No Circula Program does not apply to automobiles with disability, emergency and funeral service plates, as well as to public transportation and emergency services.

Photo: Cuartoscuro
Photo: Cuartoscuro

PROGRAM SUSPENSION

The environmental authority will issue the notice by which the application of this Program is suspended, on holidays, non-working days, mandatory rest days or vacation seasons, taking into account that the quality of the air does not generate a risk to the health of the population, which will be determined through an analysis of weather conditions, air quality monitoring and the concentration of pollutant emissions in the Federal District or Megalopolitan Zone.

SANCTIONS

Vehicles and drivers of mobile sources or vehicles that circulate on the roads and streets of the Federal District that violate the measures provided for in this Program, will be subject to the sanctions established in the Regulations of the Environmental Law of the Federal District on Vehicle Verification. ; as well as, in the Metropolitan Transit Regulation or the one that replaces it and other applicable provisions, notwithstanding that they are withdrawn from circulation and sent to the vehicle deposit, in which they must remain until the corresponding fine is paid and in the case of vehicles stopped during Environmental Contingency, we will also have to wait for it to conclude.

VERIFICATION CALENDAR 2020

Motorists must go to the checkpoints in Mexico City from the following month, according to the new calendar set by the Megalopolis Environmental Commission (CAMe) after the closure of establishments as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, so The verification schedule is as follows:

Second half

  • June and July: plates with termination 5 and 6 (yellow gummed).
  • July and August: plates with termination 7 and 8 (pink gummed).
  • August and September: plates with termination 3 and 4 (red gummed).
  • October and November: plates with termination 1 and 2 (green gumming).
  • November and December: plates with termination 9 and 0 (blue gummed).

In the case of the yellow sticker (plate 5 or 6), the Ministry of the Environment reported that it managed to complete the verification period, since the dates that corresponded to carry out the process were the months of January and February.

It must be remembered that the tentative date to open the verification centers is August 10 of this year.



Reference-www.infobae.com

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