Be careful with the Pico y Placa in Cali! Check if this May 15 applies to your car

Be careful with the Pico y Placa in Cali! Check if this May 15 applies to your car
Be careful with the Pico y Placa in Cali! Check if this May 15 applies to your car

Transit in Cali. (Credit: Cali Mobility Secretariat)

Infobae Colombia brings the updated list of vehicle identification numbers that They are restricted to circulate this Wednesday, May 15 in the capital of Valle del Cauca, according to information from the city’s Mobility Secretariat.

Take note of your license plate finish, the type of vehicle you have, and the time of day to see if you can drive without repercussions.

The Pico y Placa aims to improve the environment, reduce vehicular traffic and reduce car accidents in the city. Here is the schedule of restrictions for this May 15, according to the Cali mayor’s office.

Individuals: 1 and 2.

Taxis: Does not apply.

Collective Public Transport: 6 and 7.

Motorcycles: Does not apply.

He schedule of the Pico y Placa de Cali begins at 6:00 hours and it ends at 8:00 p.m..

The application of the Pico y Placa program is different every day. (Cali Mayor’s Office)

The Pico y Placa changes every six months and on January 15, the Cali Mobility Secretariat reported how the vehicle restriction program will work in 2024.

The application of this vehicle restriction depends on the day of the week, as well as the last number on the vehicle’s license plate.

During the first half of the year, cars whose license plate ends with 9 or 0 will not be able to circulate on Mondays; with 1 or 2, on Tuesdays; with 3 or 4, on Wednesdays; 5 or 6, on Thursdays; and 7 or 8, on Fridays.

While during the second half of the year, cars with license plates ending in 7 or 8 will not be able to travel 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.

Several cars may not be affected by the Pico y Placa, according to the Mayor’s Office of Santiago de Cali.

These are hybrid and electric vehicles, cargo vehicles with a capacity greater than or equal to five tons, official vehicles, motorcycles and those whose owners pay the congestion or pollution fee.

In order for the car with these characteristics to be exempt from the Pico y Plate, an application must be submitted to the Mobility Secretariat of the Special District of Santiago de Cali, complying with the established requirements or procedures.

Drivers who violate the vehicle restriction program will be subject to a financial penalty.

The current fine, according to the Mayor’s Office of Santiago de Cali, is 560,000 pesos.

 
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