Phase 1 of environmental contingency is maintained;  these cars will not circulate tomorrow

Phase 1 of environmental contingency is maintained; these cars will not circulate tomorrow

What cars do not circulate due to environmental contingency in the Valley of Mexico?

On Wednesday, May 4, the following cars will not be able to circulate:

  • *Vehicles for private use with verification hologram 2.
  • *Vehicles for private use with type 1 verification hologram whose last numerical digit is 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, and 0 as well as those whose registration is made up only of letters.
  • *Vehicles for private use with verification hologram “0 and 00”, gummed red, termination of license plate 3 and 4 .
  • Vehicles for private use with foreign registration that do not have a vehicle verification hologram will be considered as hologram Two.
  • Restriction to the circulation of 50% of the LP gas distribution units to stationary tanks that do not have a dry disconnection valve, whose license plate termination is PAIR.
  • Local or federal cargo vehicles stop circulating between 6:00 and 10:00 a.m., with the exception of those that are in the CDMX or Edomex Self-Regulation Program.
  • Taxis with verification hologram “1” or “2” that must stop circulating in accordance with the provisions indicated in subparagraphs a) and b), will be restricted from circulating from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. .

Said road ban would come into effect from 05:00 a.m. and until 10:00 p.m. on the same day.

The following vehicles are exempt from Hoy No Circula:

*Electric and hybrid vehicles, in addition, those that have an ecological license plate or exempt type hologram.

*Vehicles that bear a “00” or “0” hologram, whatever their use, with the exception of vehicles with pink rubber, plate finish 7 and 8.

*Vehicles for private use destined in clear and urgent circumstances, to attend to a medical emergency (includes vehicles with people who attend the COVID-19 vaccination and who carry an appointment sheet).

*Vehicles for the private use of workers in the health sector in all its specialties, paramedical and administrative with valid credentials.

*Taxis can circulate from 5:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. on days that are restricted by the Hoy No Circula Program, regardless of the hologram they carry, in order to support the mobility of the population.

*Urban service vehicles, intended to provide emergency services, medical emergencies, health, public safety, firefighters, rescue, civil protection, environmental surveillance.

*School and staff transportation vehicles that meet current vehicle verification specifications and have the corresponding hologram and authorization.

*Vehicles intended for funeral processions and transportation of funeral services, which have a valid verification hologram.

*Vehicles for people with disabilities that have the Permit to exempt the Hoy No Circula for Disability, the Hologram of Disability, or plate for people with disabilities according to the corresponding entity.

*Transport of waste and hazardous materials that have the corresponding authorization, except vehicles that transport fuels (gasoline, diesel and LP gas).

*Vehicles identified with a public passenger and tourism service circulation card (vans, minibuses and buses) with a federal or local license plate, which comply with current verification provisions.

*Vehicles that are part of the Paisano Program and carry the corresponding authorization.

*Vehicles that transport merchandise or perishable products in units with refrigeration systems, as well as concrete mixing units.

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