It seeks to comply with the current regulations of Federal Transportation and be able to carry out actions that continue to give certainty and confidence.
Mazatlan Sinaloa.- The National Association of Transportation Companies with Airports proposes an initiative to modify the Federal Road and Bridges Law, which penalizes the provision of the service without the corresponding permits.
The leader, Román Aguayo Hernández, explained that they handed over to the president of the Transportation Commission, Ricardo Moreno, a law initiative so that the criminalization of the service provider without permits is entered into the penal code, with penalties ranging from two to five years in prison
He explained that a meeting was recently held by Senator Imelda Castro with the president of the Transportation Commission, Ricardo Moreno, to whom we put in her hands an initiative to enter the penal code for the criminalization of the service without permits, with penalties ranging from 2 to 5 years in prison.
Currently when a federal truck retains a unit, pick up a folio, sanction it, the vehicle sanctions it to a federal storage and the operator leaves on foot, now what we are proposing is that at the time it is arrested and sanctioned, the vehicle goes to the storage and the driver is referred and made available to the Attorney General’s Office because it is a federal crime
With this, he expressed his intention to continue with the mission, comply with the current regulations of Federal Transportation and be able to carry out actions that continue to give certainty and confidence, which will not allow cars without the corresponding permits to carry a ticket at the airports of the country.
Aguayo Hernández pointed out that the rationale for this initiative is that there are many cases where some crimes have been recorded in these types of platform vehicles, ranging from a simple robbery to the deprivation of liberty, sometimes even to the loss of life. .
In addition, he added that the increase in economic sanctions, from 80 thousand to 200 thousand pesos, is also included.
The transport leader said that in the case of Sinaloa, although the Sustainable Mobility Law has already been approved, an authorization or concession from the state is still required for the provision of public passenger transportation.
As the regulation has not come out, we do not know if there is a situation in some sections of the platforms, but in article 272 it establishes that it also requires any vehicle of the State Government concession to be able to provide the public passenger service, which in that sense the platforms are already left that it is fully declared that it is a public service that they provide, before what they argued was a service between individuals, however the federal and state law provide for premises for private services
Although the Sustainable Mobility Law has already been approved in Sinaloa, it still requires an authorization or concession from the state for the provision of public transit transportation.
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