Mexico City Mayor Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador reportedly says key strides are being made to improve transportation conditions in the world’s most-populated metropolis. Statistics indicate auto theft in Mexico’s capital has declined 18% since December 2000, from 119 per day to 98 per day in 2002, Lopez Obrador says. The auto theft rate is down 39% from 1997’s 160 per day, he adds. According to news reports, Lopez Obrador also pledges to respect a September referendum on the controversial ...

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