As in other countries, sustainable mobility is starting to gain momentum in Mexico, first appearing on government agendas at the start of the last decade. Milestones of this story include the creation of mobility ministers and the approval of legislation that focuses on the people’s right of access, as well as control over emissions. Mexico City, Guadalajara and León have lead by example through actions that other states have tried to emulate… By Alex Covarrubias V., Ph.D. Professor at the Colegio de Sonora. Board of Le Reseau International de l’Automobile (Gerpisa, Paris), Association for the Promotion of Electric Transport (ApTaMexico), Network for Innovation and Labour Studies of the Mexican Automobile Industry (RedItiam, Mexico), Associate Researcher at the Automobile Policy Research Center (APRC, Canada).