Pico y Placa today: which vehicles are not circulating in Cartagena this Friday, September 22

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El Pico y Placa has been active in Bogotá for more than 20 years (Infobae/Jovani Pérez)

The Mayor's Office of Cartagena reported on the application of the Peak and Plate for today September 22 in the Colombian city. We will immediately give you the details of this vehicle restriction program and avoid fines.

Take note of the ending of your car's license plate, the type of vehicle you have and the time of dayto see if you can drive without repercussions.

This vehicle restriction program aims to improve vehicular mobility and safety of pedestrians in the city.

Motorcycles: 3 and 4.

Individuals: 3 and 4.

Taxis: 9 and 0.

He schedule of the Cartagena vehicle restriction begins at 7:00 a.m. and ends at 8:00 p.m..

The application of the Pico y Placa program is different every day. (Mayor of Cartagena)
The application of the Pico y Placa program is different every day. (Mayor of Cartagena)

The vehicle restriction program, popularly known as Pico y Placa, was implemented on February 27 and will be in force until December 31, according to the Mayor's Office of Cartagena de las Indias.

The measures of this vehicle restriction depend on the day of the week, as well as the last number on the car's license plate.

Of the February 27 to March 31, cars whose license plate ends with 1 or 2 will not be able to travel on Mondays; with 3 or 4, on Tuesdays; with 5 or 6, on Wednesdays; 7 or 8, on Thursdays; and 9 or 0, on Fridays.

Of the April 3 to June 30, cars with license plates ending 3 or 4 will not be able to circulate on Mondays; with 5 or 6, on Tuesdays; with 7 or 8, on Wednesdays; 9 or 0, on Thursdays; and the 1 or 2, on Fridays.

Of the July 4 to September 29, cars whose license plate ends with 5 or 6 will not be able to travel on Mondays; with 7 or 8, on Tuesdays; with 9 or 0, on Wednesdays; the 1st or 2nd, on Thursdays; and the 3 or 4, on Fridays.

Finally, of October 2 to December 29, cars whose license plate ends with 7 or 8 will not be able to circulate on Mondays; with 9 or 0, on Tuesdays; with 1 or 2, on Wednesdays; the 3rd or 4th, on Thursdays; and 5 or 6, on Fridays.

It is important to mention that this traffic restriction does not apply on Saturdays and Sundays, nor on mandatory rest days established by law or when exceptionally established by the competent authority.

Different vehicles may not be affected by the vehicle restriction program, according to the Cartagena authorities.

These are cars that have the Special Permit for Access to the Vehicle Restriction Zone, electric or zero emissions, official at all levels, funeral, emergency, medical care, medication distribution, rescue or transfer of organs and tissues, traffic control and cranes, hospital waste, media, which offer tourist, school, securities services, as well as those intended for automobile education.

In order for the car with these conditions to be exempt from the Pico y Placa, the corresponding application must be submitted with a copy of the correct documentation of the vehicle and the driver, as well as the peace of mind for all concepts.

Motorists who fail to comply with the vehicle restriction program will be subject to a financial penalty.

The current fine, according to the Mayor's Office of Cartagena, is equivalent to 15 minimum wages in force, in addition, the car will be immobilized.


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