Hoy No Circula Program: Tuesday, October 17 in CDMX and Edomex

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Hoy No Circula applies in Mexico City and the State of Mexico (Jovani PĂ©rez/Infobae)

From Monday to Saturday, the vehicle restriction program known as Today does not circulate in the Valley of Mexico. Therefore, it is important to know which cars can circulate this Tuesday October 17.

The application of Hoy No Circula is already a constant for residents of the capital and Mexicans, who have been participants in this vehicle restriction program for more than 30 years, while its Saturday version celebrates 15 years since its implementation.

The program aims to reduce environmental pollution levels in the metropolitan area through a comprehensive program based on the restriction of automobile circulation during the week and weekends.

To know when it doesn't circulate your car you can use the Mexico City portal: https://hoynocircula.cdmx.gob.mx/ where you only have to enter the hologram number and the last digit of the license plate.

Avoid fines and follow Hoy No Circula (Cuartoscuro)
Avoid fines and follow Hoy No Circula (Cuartoscuro)

The cars that cannot travel this Tuesday are those whose plate ends with 7 and 8 and pink gummedas well as hologram 1 and 2.

The vehicle restriction program has the same schedule every day of application: it begins at 5:00 hours and ends until 10:00 p.m..

While its area of ​​operation covers each of the 16 municipalities that make up Mexico City, as well as 18 municipalities that are part of the metropolitan area of ​​the State of Mexico.

There are several cars that are found exempt from Hoy No Circulasuch as those with zero and double zero hologram, agricultural tractors, construction machinery, motorcycles, electric, hybrid, classic, emergency, for people with disabilities and tourist pass.

The only day on which Hoy No Circula is not valid for any car is Sunday, that day is excluded from any type of restriction.

This is how Hoy No Circula applies every day (Jovani PĂ©rez/Infobae)
This is how Hoy No Circula applies every day (Jovani PĂ©rez/Infobae)

In case of ignoring the vehicle restriction program, the punishment is a financial fine equivalent to 20, 25 or 30 times the current Unit of Measurement and Update, that is, from 2 thousand and up to over 3 thousand pesos, depending on reads in the Mexico City Traffic Regulations.

Sometimes, the Environmental Commission of the Megalopolis (CAMe) suspends the application of Hoy No Circula, mainly on holidays, non-working days, mandatory rest days or during vacation seasons.

In contrast, CAMe can also order a double Hoy No Circula, where vehicle restrictions are expanded, caused mainly by the poor air quality in the metropolitan area.

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