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After an increased Day-without-a-Car program on Wednesday, June 8, limiting the circulation of vehicles in Mexico City and the Valley of Mexico , which included some privately owned cars with 0 or 00 inspection tags, Mexico’s Environmental Commission of the Megalopolis (Came) announced late in the afternoon that it would suspend Phase 1 of the Environmental Contingency, effective 3 p.m. Wednesday.

The Came reported that light to moderate atmospheric stability, intermittent solar radiation and a mild wind field had prevailed, reducing the region’s ozone levels.

The Came also forecasted that strong gusts of wind, showers and moderate to heavy rains were expected for the Metropolitan Area of ​​the Valley of Mexico over the next few hours.

Consequently, the limitation of vehicle circulation beyond the normal Day-without-a-Car regulations, was no longer necessary.

On Thursday, June 9, normal traffic restrictions will apply and all cars with 0 or 00 inspection stickers will be allowed to circulate.

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