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Tourist Gastronomic Corridor will become a reality

by Sofia Navarro
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This is how the Great Tourist-Gastronomic Corridor on 60th and 47th streets will look, contributing to more organized and inclusive roadways, connecting the Plaza Grande, Santa Lucía Park, Santa Ana, and the Gran Parque de la Plancha.

Mauricio Vila, governor of Yucatán, gave the initial green light for this project, which will offer a new product for tourism and generate approximately two thousand direct and indirect jobs.

A total of 1,750 linear meters will be improved through street expansion, new sidewalks, a bike path, low-height poles, tactile paving for visually impaired individuals, and ramps for those with mobility disabilities.

Consideration has also been given to spaces for passenger boarding and alighting, as well as for loading and unloading merchandise, and the installation of outdoor tables for businesses.

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