Optimization of the Environmental Performance of School Transportation, Case: Mexico City -2014
Throughout the five stages of its implementation, Mexico City’s School Transportation Program (PROTE, in Spanish) has faced several regulatory, administrative and operational obstacles that limit its scope and environmental benefits. This study develops a series of proposals to allow raising its positive impacts through a new regulatory framework which seeks to discourage the use of cars and reinforce the Program’s legality.
MARIO MOLINA CENTER FOR STRATEGIC STUDIES ON ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
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