This Friday, HH Pope Francis will arrive in Mexico
City. He will spend six days in Mexico, visit six cities and make a number of
In order to
enable the population to be prepared, informed and take the necessary precautions
during Pope Francis’ visit from February 12 to 17, the National Digital
Strategy Coordination Office (CEDN) offers the public useful information in
real time, through a map showing the routes and schedules; the stops on each
route and the location of nearby hospitals and health centers.
users will be able to see:
· The routes
and schedules of all of Pope Francis’ journeys:
stops on each trip and
location of nearby health and care centers.
information in real time on Pope Francis’ visit to Mexico.
· The public
will be able to locate health centers, water stations and toilet facilities.
collaboration with the Waze traffic application, the CEDN will report on the
traffic changes caused by Pope Francis’ visit in order to improve mobility and
reduce traffic congestion.
Francisco will visit Mexico City, Ecatepec, San Cristóbal de las Casas, Tuxtla
Gutiérrez, Morelia and Ciudad Juárez.
announcements will be shown on the mobile app as well as at
https://www.waze.com/events/pope-visit-mexico-city-2016 from the start to the finish of each route. Users will
receive the most important notifications related to the Pope’s visit in a
timely manner. According to Waze, this platform can help citizens have a better
ride, regardless of what is happening in the streets.