Riviera Maya, Q.R. — Governor Mara Lezama says a new comprehensive mobility plan for the state has been delivered. The new plan was presented Monday to legislative deputies in Mexico City during the Mobility and Well-being Forum.
Lezama says the new mobility plan included lanes with vehicle restrictions and the installation of security cameras inside public transport units. She says she is hoping the new plan will solve some of the problems faced by the main cities in terms of mobility.
“This comprehensive plan, which includes a mobility law, contemplates the creation of adequate roads with lane restrictions and cycle paths,” she said adding that the regulation of digital platforms is also on the list, but the the installation of cameras in public transport units is being given priority due to the amount of violent incidences against women.
Lezama added that a network of bike paths that are being developed around the state in conjunction with the Maya Train project, is also part of the mobility plan.