Ricardo Serrano Rangel, head of the Coordination of Planning and Projects (CPLAP), established that by means of a planning that contemplates the integral development and the well-being of the citizens, and that is strengthened with the opinion of professionals in the subject, Aguascalientes is being built as a more competitive entity.
During the second ordinary session of the Committee of Planning and Development of the State (COPLADE), held in the Miguel Ángel Barberena Vega room of the Government Palace, Serrano Rangel acknowledged the commitment of the state governor, Martín Orozco Sandoval, to take the entity to greater progress standards, with the generation of the infrastructure that the population demands most.
In his speech, Eduardo Sojo Garza Aldape, director of the National Laboratory of Public Policies of the Center for Economic Research and Teaching (CIDE), presented the work plan for the preparation of the “Strategic Plan Aguascalientes 2045”, which will define the actions and projects strategies for that period.
“With these actions, Aguascalientes is at the forefront nationally thanks to the strong support that Governor Martín Orozco has given to this great vision project, which will begin in January to achieve the desired future,” added Sojo Aldape.
For his part, David Sánchez Padilla, general coordinator of the Transportation Mobility Coordination explained that the strategy is based on 5 strategic axes: mobility management, integrated public transport system, active mobility and vulnerable groups, road safety and mobility culture, and freight transport and freight logistics.
It should be noted that COPLADE is a social consultation body that promotes and assists in the formulation, updating and evaluation of the Long-Term Plan for State Development.