Daniel Sibaja González, Secretary of Mobility of the State of Mexico and Rafael Hernández Kotasek, Head of the Transportation Agency of Yucatán, exchanged technical and financial data of the “Integral Strategy of the Va y Ven Public Transportation System”, which bases its operating system on electric buses with advanced technologies and environmentally friendly.
According to a report published in El Sol de Toluca, one of the purposes of this meeting is to implement a transportation system based on electromobility that is functional and tailored to the characteristics of the State of Mexico.
He emphasized that for Delfina Gómez Álvarez, Governor of the State of Mexico, it is a priority to implement a modern, comfortable, inclusive and efficient public transportation system to improve the quality of life of the people of the State of Mexico, who lose two to three hours in their commutes.
Safety and Training
During the meeting, it was emphasized that in order to guarantee the quality of service, operators and collaborators are continuously trained, in addition to promoting a culture of personal and user safety, as well as efficient routes and economic resources.
Furthermore, acknowledged that the Integral Strategy of the Va y Ven Public Transportation System was made possible thanks to the financing of the National Bank of Works and Services (Banobras) and the National Infrastructure Fund (FONDIN) of the Federal Government.
As part of this exchange, Sibaja visited the Agency’s Control and Monitoring Center, where he had the opportunity to learn about the operation of the “Va y Ven” system routes, as well as the emerging le-Tram electric mobility project, which seeks to interconnect 137 neighborhoods and three municipalities in this southern Mexican state.
Latam Mobility Begins 2024 in Mexico
Latam Mobility, Latin America’s largest sustainable mobility community, will arrive in Monterrey on February 8 with the “North America Mobility and Net Zero Summit 2024”.
The meeting will bring together industry leaders, major automotive manufacturers and prominent representatives from the public sector, who will offer perspectives and projects on sustainable mobility in Mexico and the region.