In the streets of downtown Mérida they have already painted the drawers on the pavement to delimit the passenger pick-up areas, as well as the markings on the sidewalks so that users maintain a “healthy distance”.
In the same way, they expanded the sidewalks in order to avoid contagion of Covid-19.
The new signage is part of the Mobility Improvement Plan, which comes into effect this Sunday, September 13.
Welcome to the “new normal”!
The Yucatan Times
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