With the objective of knowing exactly the reality that hundreds of citizens of the capital live every day to mobilize, the Mayor's Office of Managua in coordination with the National University of Engineering began last August the first phase of the Study of Mobility and Demand for Public Transport of the capital.
This is the first comprehensive study of mobility and transportation carried out in the city, it will last 545 days, as reported by Mayor Reyna Rueda Alvarado, during the closing of the first phase in which the outstanding participation of students was recognized. from UNI.
Rueda explained that once the study data has been processed, the Municipality will define a plan of actions and strategies to contribute to the economic and social development of the municipality.
"This mobility study is a tool to create strategies and policies to improve the living conditions of the citizens of our capital, for this work we join forces with the National University of Engineering, with the VIELCA company and our Mayor's Office, in this work 190 students from this Alma Mater participated, who were the protagonists of a very important study for the future urban development of our Municipality”, highlighted Rueda.
At the closing of the event, the rector of the National University of Engineering, Glenda Velásquez Vargas, thanked the students for their participation in the project, leaving her university on high.
"Today is the perfect opportunity to publicly acknowledge all the students, teachers and authorities who worked directly in the realization of this study, thank you for your ability to commit to contributing with your work in this project, the task of being better is always an unfinished task, we want to thank the authorities of the Managua Mayor's Office and the VIELCA company for making our university part of such an important study, for the ordering of the transportation networks that our government has been planning, chaired by our President, Commander Daniel Ortega and our Vice President, Compañera Rosario Murillo”, affirmed Velásquez.