Grupo ADO presented its new terminal in the Historic Center of Mérida. It is located on Calle 69 between 68 and 70, Centro. The CAME bus station that for several decades operated uninterruptedly in Mérida, closed its doors on Tuesday October 15th.
Executives of this transport company indicated that the new station used to be the second class bus station, but it was fully remodeled and totally improved, in order to increase the connectivity and quality services of the leading land transport firm ADO.
Eduardo Córdova Balbuena, general manager of the company, said: “Our main goal is to increase our competitiveness by offering an experience that exceeds the expectations of our passengers.”
The manager added that now Mérida has a modern and more spacious terminal, dedicated to connecting users to their destinations. “In addition, the new property has administrative, commercial and operational areas,” he said.
He informed that the brands ATS, Mayab, Oriente, Sur Campeche, AU, TRT, in addition to ADO, ADO GL and ADO Platino will operate in this new bus station, although the former have already done so for several months.
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