Optimisation of the conventional bus system in the valley of Mexico City (Mexico)
General Information of the NAMA
|National implementing entity (NAMA owner)||Ministry of Environment|
|Development stage||Development of initial concept|
|SCOPE OF THE NAMA|
|Type of NAMA||Supported (with unilateral elements)|
|Type of action||Programme|
|Scope of action||Sub-national|
|Type of approach||Improve|
The objective of the NAMA is to improve the conventional bus system in the valley of Mexico. The actions reviewed as a NAMA in this feasibility study were the: establishment of an appropriate institutional and regulatory framework, the implementation of changes in the bus system (such as the reorganisation of routes and concession management), public awareness raising and outreach, and the implementation of a transport monitoring system.
The poor quality of public transport has contributed to high levels of car ownership and use and so this activity, which is also aligned with national climate change strategy, has the potential to have a significant impact on public transport services and modal share in the valley of Mexico, and more widely if replicated.
There is no information available about the financial ambition or the implementing entity.
- Air pollution
- Quality of life
- Reduce traffic accidents
- Reduce congestion
- Reduce travel times