Mobility restrictions in Bogotá for the week of recess

Mobility restrictions in Bogotá for the week of recess

For many, the school break week has already begun. Therefore, if you are scheduled to leave the city, take into account the following mobility restrictions that will apply in the country’s capital.

If you plan to travel by air, you should be aware of the city’s mobility conditions, and plan your arrival route at El Dorado airport in advance to avoid setbacks.

With regard to the access routes for private vehicles to Bogotá, next holiday Monday, October 17, the restrictions of the regional peak and license plate will apply in the nine corridors: the North and South highways, 13th street, 80th street avenues, Carrera 7.ª and Boyacá, via the Llano and the Suba-Cota, La Calera and Choachí roads.

That is, between 12 noon and 4:00 pm, entry will be enabled for vehicles with even license plates and from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm, for those with odd license plates.

In addition, the District Mobility Secretary has arranged for a group of more than 250 people to attend the activities this weekend, such as the Walk for Solidarity, concerts and sporting events. In addition, he announced that next week there will be no school lane on the North highway.

According to the entity, on Friday, October 14, more details will be announced for the exodus plan from the capital and the return of vehicles on the festive bridge, which is Columbus Day.

For its part, the Secretary of Transportation and Mobility of Cundinamarca reported that it is working in coordination with the Police, so that until October 17, 300 units of Transit agents will remain deployed in different key locations on the department’s highways to reinforce the safety of travelers.

The entity also reported that to facilitate the flow of travelers by road, freight transport for vehicles of 3.4 tons and above was restricted for October 8 and 15 from 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., for Sunday. 16, the restriction will be from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., and on holiday Monday, from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.

*With information from EL TIEMPO

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