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Part of Paseo de Montejo to be closed due to construction work on the Gastronomic Corridor

by Yucatan Times
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Through a press release, the State Government informed that, due to the works of the Great Tourist-Gastronomic Corridor of the Historic Center of Merida, starting Monday, October 9, the beginning of Paseo de Montejo Avenue and the area known as El Remate, from 45th to 49th Streets, as well as 47th Street between 58th and 56th Streets, will be closed to vehicular traffic.

As alternate routes, authorities suggest drivers to use 58th and 56th Streets, depending on the direction they are headed. It is estimated that the works in this area will be concluded next November.

In this way, those who drive from south to north will be able to do so on 56th Street and at 45th Street will be able to join Paseo de Montejo to continue their route, while those who drive from north to south on this important avenue will take 45th Street to join 58th Street and continue their route.

In view of these changes, the State Government is calling on the public to take precautions to avoid any major inconveniences and to be aware of the signage that will be placed on the surrounding streets.

The press release states that the Great Tourist-Gastronomic Corridor in the Historic Center is a work that will connect the Plaza Grande, Santa Lucia Park, Santa Ana and the Gran Parque de la Plancha, in a safe, accessible and sustainable way for everyone.

The State Government is in charge of the section that starts on 60th Street, at the corner of Plaza Grande, to Santa Ana Park and a further section on 47th Street, between 60th and 56th, including the traffic circle at the end of Paseo de Montejo, for which 174.3 million pesos will be invested.

This project is included in the Mérida 2050 Declaration and will improve a total of 1,750 linear meters, with street widening, new sidewalks, bicycle lanes, low height posts, tactile posts for the visually impaired and easy access and movement for those with motor disabilities.

Also, spaces were considered for passenger boarding and alighting, as well as for loading and unloading of merchandise, and the installation of tables outside the businesses, thus transforming urban mobility and, above all, boosting the economy of the businesses in this area.

The Great Tourist-Gastronomic Corridor will generate benefits such as the use and benefit of the streets as public spaces for tourists and residents; improvements to the identity and attractiveness of the area, and to the multimodal circulation through the Historic Center, and strengthening the aspects of accessibility, sustainability, equity and resolution of access for utility vehicles, cabs and public transportation.

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