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Frist Maya Train cars arrive in Yucatan; they will pass through Mérida

by Sofia Navarro
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The convoy carrying the first four cars of the Train Maya has arrived in Yucatan, and it is expected that during Friday night, they will pass near the city of Mérida on their way to Quintana Roo.

Around 7:30 PM, the four trucks carrying the pneumatic platforms, on which two haulage cars and two trailer cars travel, entered the state through the Halachó phytosanitary checkpoint.

“At 7:30 PM, the @TrenMayaMX entered #Yucatan; #YaHayTrenMaya and it continues to advance towards #Cancun. The transformation of southeastern Mexico is underway,” wrote the general director of the National Fund for Tourism Development (Fonatur), Javier May Rodríguez.

It is worth noting that on Friday, the cargo, measuring 35 meters long and weighing 50 tons per bus, traveled approximately 470 kilometers to reach the capital of Yucatan.

During Friday morning, May Rodríguez published a video showing one of the trucks crossing the Candelaria River, south of Campeche, after the convoy, escorted by the National Guard, left Tabasco.

By midday, the new Train Maya cars, built in Ciudad Sahagún, Hidalgo, were already passing through the malecón of the fishing port of Champotón, heading to the capital of Campeche.

After leaving behind Tenabo, Pomuch, Hecelchakán, Calkiní, Halachó, Maxcanú, Chocholá, and the Umán checkpoint, the convoy with its precious cargo will bypass the city of Mérida through the southern peripheral road, heading towards Teya and taking the federal highway towards Cancun.

From this point, there are still 290 kilometers to go, out of the more than 1,500 kilometers they started to travel on Monday.

At this pace, the Train Maya cars would arrive in the Quintana Roo city on Saturday, not Monday, as estimated by Governor Mara Lezama. The delivery would happen just 24 hours after the estimated time by the government of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

TYT Newsroom

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