Is a Federal Government entity and represents the sectorial authority, responsible for promoting adequate transport and communications networks to contribute to services accessibility, and cope with globalization trends.
Its objective is to guarantee modern and adequate transport infrastructure to contribute to the sustainable growth of the country by providing competitive and quality services.
Is a Federal Government entity, head of the sector, responsible for planning, generating, coordinating, managing, and executing public policies related to land ordinance and urban development
This unit must guarantee a proper urban development to consolidate compact, productive, competitive, inclusive and sustainable cities.
The Ministry of Energy is the Federal Government entity responsible for controlling, managing and regulating Mexico’s energy resources, and establishing the national energy policy.
Federal government entity and sectorial authority responsible for establishing the necessary criteria and instruments to guarantee the protection, preservation, and use of natural resources, by developing an environmental policy that ensures sustainable growth.
Local authorities are responsible for providing public transport systems.
The Federal Government created the Program to Support Federal Massive Transport (PROTRAM) to assist in the structuring and development of urban transport projects, as well as to improve the states’ capability in the management of these type of projects. This Program is operated by FONADIN.
The Mexican Observatory of Public Transport (OMTP) is a tool offered by the National Infrastructure Fund and the Federal Program of Support for Massive Urban Transport (PROTRAM), which contains relevant information related to the current situation of urban transport projects that have the support of PROTRAM, in its different modalities by state entity as well as valuable demographic data.