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Mayan Train Station in Cancun: Construction of highway access supervised

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Construction has begun on the access junction to the Tren Maya terminal in Cancun, at kilometer 305 of highway 180-D, just behind the international airport, informed Governor Mara Lezama Espinosa.

While supervising the site, accompanied by the Secretary of SEDETUS, Armando Lara De Nigris, representatives of Fonatur and ICA, she explained that given the proximity of the inauguration of the Mayan Train, this junction is being built to improve the roadway and respond with works to the increase in vehicular traffic.

“With the arrival of more tourists to the Mayan train station, which will soon be inaugurated, we are building this road to improve circulation and connectivity between the terminals of the Cancun International Airport and the train station, the epicenter of tourism arrivals to the southeast of Mexico,” added Mara Lezama.

The project managed by the governor, which is financed and executed by Tren Maya and has the active participation of the Ministry of Infrastructure, Communications, and Transportation (SICT), contemplates intervening a total of 1.6 kilometers and includes the construction of a bridge that will be completed in 6 months from today.

“This is more good news, new works that we are carrying out around the Mayan Train, the train of social justice that will bring shared prosperity and will make the tourist success move to the southern communities, as contemplated in the New Agreement for the Welfare and Development of Quintana Roo, so that no one is left out and no one is left behind” expressed Governor Mara Lezama.

Due to this new work, the Governor invited the citizens to take precautions, since these works of modernization of the city can generate delays. She informed that through social networks and official media, road alternatives will be announced to speed up mobility.

For the time being, he announced that traffic will not be closed. It will remain continuous and only lanes will be reduced, which will cause a slower flow for this stretch.

Mara Lezama asked for the population’s pathese modernization works that will generate greater shared prosperity.

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