July 5, 2023, Riviera Maya, Q.R. – The legislative chamber of Quintana Roo buzzed with unanimous consensus. An epoch-making decision was etched into the state's history books as the Quintana Roo Congress gave a green signal to the revamped Mobility Law proposals. These amendments, adopted without a hint of opposition (with 23 yes votes and zero nays), pave the way for ridesharing titans like Uber, DiDi, and Cabify to establish their services in the state.
Governor Mara Lezama couldn't contain her excitement and took to social media to announce, "The Quintana Roo Mobility Law's regulatory framework has been approved unanimously! It's the dawn of a new era where technological services contracted via digital platforms will now be regulated and operational.
"I want to give a nod to the determined and commendable efforts of the H. XVII constitutional legislature of the Congress of Quintana Roo. They've championed competitiveness, quality, and the absolute safety of our state's public and private transport service users.
Their tireless endeavors have given birth to the New Agreement, breathing life into long-forgotten citizen demands. It's more than just the state's progression; it's about justice, well-being, and a brighter future for all Quintana Roo's residents." So, folks, buckle up! It's time to enjoy the ride as Quintana Roo shifts into the high gear of digital evolution. The only question is: "Uber, DiDi, or Cabify – which app are you downloading first?