The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)

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Key partners

Government of Mexico City

Secretariat of Mobility, Government of Mexico City (SEMOVI)

Federal Government of Mexico

Center for Research and Innovation in Information and Communication Technologies (INFOTEC)

UNOPS in Mexico supports the government by implementing a range of projects to promote resilient urban development, improve public resource management and strengthen health outcomes for millions of people around the country. 

To help increase mobility and enhance energy efficiency, UNOPS is implementing infrastructure projects to strengthen public transportation networks and their electrical supply.

UNOPS further supports government initiatives that promote transparency, effectiveness and efficiency in public management and procurement processes, including in the areas of public transportation and other government services.

Key Information

  • UNOPS impact in Mexico

    • Provided technical assistance to help modernize Line 1 of Mexico City’s rapid transport system, benefiting 600,000 daily users.
    • Procured 118 buses and 40 trolleybuses, supporting more than 342,000 people daily through improved public transport in Mexico City.
    • Provided technical assistance to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the management and roll-out of biometric passports, enhancing security and helping to ensure Mexico’s passport meets the highest international requirements and standards.

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    Making Mexico City more accessible

    UNOPS supported the government of Mexico City to modernize key transportation networks – including Cablebus lines and Line 1 of the city’s Metro train network – helping make the city more accessible for commuters.

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Modernizing transportation in Mexico City

The government of Mexico City is working with UNOPS to modernize the public transportation system, making it more accessible for commuters.

Active projects in the region

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