Alternative Fuels and Institutional Reformby Alejandro Villegas Lopez, Mexico Capital City Government, 9o Piso, Col. Roma C.P. 06700, Delegacion Cuauhtemoc, Mexico, D.F., Mexico,
Abstract: The actions that Mexico City Government is currently implementing is addressed. The altitude and topography of the Mexico City valley contribute to less efficient combustion, trapping toxic emissions generated form the tailpipes of more than three million cars, taxicabs, trucks, minibuses and buses running in the city. This paper focuses on some specific actions such as implementation of alternative fuels, decentralization of duties from the Mexico City Central Government into local jurisdictions and creation of the Mexico City Urban Transportation Institute.
Subject Headings: Fuels | Urban areas | Developing countries | Energy consumption | Natural gas | Local government | Topography | Mexico City
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