Tulum Achieves 95% Compliance with Mobility Laws
Tulum Achieves 95% Compliance with Mobility Laws

March 4, 2024
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March 4, 2024

Tulum Achieves 95% Compliance with Mobility Laws

Tulum Achieves 95% Compliance with Mobility Laws

TULUM, México – In accordance with the Mobility Law, the Quintana Roo Mobility Institute (Imoveqroo) has been diligently conducting vehicle inspections for public transportation services in Tulum. Humberto Abán, the delegate of Imoveqroo, stated that approximately 95% of the transporters in Tulum have complied with the law, ensuring a smooth operation within the industry.

Abán expressed his satisfaction with the level of compliance, highlighting the cooperation between the syndicate organizations, their members, and the concessionaire partners. He emphasized that a significant majority of the registered individuals in the delegation have completed the vehicle inspection process and concession renewal. Abán further stated, “Around 95% have fulfilled their obligations and have undergone the vehicle inspection.”

Tulum Achieves 95% Compliance with Mobility Laws

To ensure compliance, random inspections are being conducted across different locations within the municipal geography. The purpose of these inspections is to verify the validity of insurance policies, licenses, license plates, and other required documentation. Abán mentioned that approximately 50 sanctions have been issued for various reasons. He urged transporters to visit the delegation office located at Sagitario Street with Cobá Avenue to address any concerns or issues they may have.

Additionally, Imoveqroo released a press statement informing the public that the removal of window tints in public transportation vehicles throughout the state is an ongoing campaign. This campaign will be accompanied by other actions, including the review of insurance policies and ensuring that operators possess valid licenses and complete vehicle documentation.

“The Mobility Institute has successfully removed a total of 368 window tints from public transportation vehicles as part of the campaign to ensure the safety of passengers, operators, and drivers. This first phase of the campaign focuses on urging operators to willingly remove the window tints, and the response has been overwhelmingly positive,” stated the institute.

Tulum Achieves 95% Compliance with Mobility Laws

Out of the total number of window tints removed, 211 belonged to taxi units, while 157 were from collective taxi units commonly known as “combis.” The municipalities with the highest percentage of removals include Benito Juárez, Solidaridad, Tulum, and Othón P. Blanco.

With the continuous efforts of Imoveqroo, Tulum’s transportation sector is moving towards increased compliance, ensuring the safety and well-being of both passengers and operators.

Tulum Achieves 95% Compliance with Mobility Laws
Tulum Achieves 95% Compliance with Mobility LawsEN