While Meridanos and visitors enjoy the atmosphere and the spectacles of the “Noche Blanca”, the Municipal Police of Mérida will guard the order and the security before, during and after this important cultural event.
Starting on Friday, December 9 at 8 pm, Calle 62 from 61 to 65, and Calle 63 from 64 to 60 will be closed to traffic to allow the assembly of the platform for the “Los Méndez Symphonic” concert, which will take place at the junction of Calles 62 and 63.
These streets will be reopened in the early hours of Sunday Dec. 11, as soon as the works of disassembly of the platform are finisned.
On Saturday, December 10, during “La Noche Blanca”, the streets around the Plaza Grande will be closed to traffic at 5:00 p.m., when official activities will begin.
The sections of Calle 61 from 58 to 64 and Calle 60 from 63 to 57 will no longer be accessible for vehicles. In Calle 63, the closure will be extended to Calles 58 and 62.
To transit from East to West, motorists can use Calles 57, 65 and 69; to circulate from South to North use Calles 52, 56, 64 and 68 as alternate routes; to go North to South, use Calles 54, 58, 66 and 70, and to drive from West to East, use Calles 55, 59, 67 and 71.
In addition, Mérida’s Municipal Police might decide at some point to close other streets without prior notice, in order to guarantee the safety of people attending the different events of the “Noche Blanca”.
Parking lots will be open at different streets in the downtown area.
The Municipal Police of Mérida invites citizens to follow the information that spreads via twitter in the account “@PoliciaMeridaMx”, where they will notify about the closure of streets.
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