East Saturday, August 6 and Sunday, August 7, all vehicles will be able to circulate in Quitono matter what license plate number they end on.
According to the Pico y Placa restriction plan, the days Saturdays, Sundays and holidays there will be free mobility 24 hours a day.
Of Monday to Friday the restriction will be applied according to the last license plate number. Traffic limitation hours are from 06:00 to 09:30 and from 16:00 to 21:00.
The license plate restriction is two digits per day
|Monday||Plates ending in 1 and 2|
|Tuesday||Plates ending in 3 and 4|
|Wednesday||Plates ending in 5 and 6|
|Thursday||Plates ending in 7 and 8|
|Friday||Plates ending in 9 and 0|
|Saturday||Free circulation 24 hours|
|Sunday||Free circulation 24 hours|
The motorcycles are also part of the restriction; for it the last number before the final letter of the plate will be taken into account.
The town It annulled all the safe-conducts that were issued until October 31with the exception of those given to people with disabilities.
Safe-conducts will stop working in Quito during Pico y Placa
The vehicles that are exempt and can circulate freely they are those of the President and Vice President of the Republic; diplomatic and consular corps; of the National Police, emergencies and rescue; transportation of people with disabilities; public transport, commercial transport and transport on own account.
The taxishybrid cars, motorcycles and those who provide delivery service too they must abide the Peak and Plate.
The Metropolitan Mobility and Public Works Company (Epmmop) reactivated the parking lots for people who want to leave their vehicles. They work from 04:00 to 22:00. The service is free of charge, the only requirement is that the license plate of the car matches the vehicle restriction.
There are three public parking lots with a capacity of 460 seats:
- the County, located on Camilo Guachamín and La Esperanza streets. It has 150 spaces.
- cuscungo, located on the General Rumiñahui highway. It has 150 places.
- Zambiza, in the avenue of the Palm trees and the Inca. It has 160 parking spaces. (YO)