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Title: Malla vial en Bogotá: Política pública o ciclo de administración 1998-2015
Authors: Machetá Téllez, Jorge Lino
Oyuela Vargas, Michael
Keywords: Administración pública
Malla Vial
Política pública
Gobierno
Gobernanza
Administración
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Bogotá : Universidad Externado de Colombia, 2017
Abstract in Spanish: Este artículo presenta un panorama de la política pública de la malla vial de Bogotá, de 1998 a 2015. Constituye un ejercicio de análisis para determinar la influencia de los cambios de administración durante este periodo, en la ejecución de las políticas públicas en la capital colombiana. Esta etapa se caracterizó por suceder un periodo de transición democrática en la elección de alcaldes en Colombia. Respecto a la política pública en materia de malla vial en el Distrito Capital, ha sido un aspecto primordial en la agenda del gobierno nacional y local, desarrollada en el marco del Plan de Desarrollo Distrital, herramienta fundamental de planeación y ejecución de los recursos públicos en el territorio, y principal insumo de análisis en este artículo a fin de identificar en las diferentes administraciones distritales el enfoque dado a la política pública en materia de malla vial arterial, así como las proyecciones y, finalmente, evaluar el nivel de ejecución a través del respectivo informe de gestión, una vez culminado el mandato.
Abstract: This article reviews the public policy of the road mesh in the city of Bogotá, in the period 1998-2015, constituting an analysis exercise to determine the influence of the changes of administration that it has had in the interval of time investigated, In the execution of public policies in the Colombian capital. This period of time was particularly characterized by a period of democratic transition in the election of mayors in Colombia, since before Legislative Act 01 of 1986, this position was designated by the Governor of the Department, who in turn was chosen by the President of the Republic, for a period of two years. With the entry into force of the Constitution of 1991, the term of the mayors was extended to three years, then changed to four years, in accordance with Legislative Act 02 of 2002, these political changes reflect the way in which has been administered and developed local entities, linked to lack of coordination, where the governor on duty came with a new team to lead the different departments and administrative departments, slowing down programs raised in previous administrations, and generating absence Of continuity of public policies. Regarding the public policy in the area of road mesh in the Capital District, this has been a key aspect in the national and local government's agenda, developed within the framework of the District Development Plan, a fundamental tool for the planning and execution of public resources In the territory, and main input of analysis in this article, in order to identify in the different district administrations the approach given to the public policy in the matter of arterial road mesh, as well as the projections and finally to evaluate the level of execution through the Management report after the end of the mandate
Description: 40 páginas.
URI: https://bdigital.uexternado.edu.co/handle/001/634
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