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Next delivery of tourist corridor in Mérida

by Yucatan Times
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Governor Mauricio Vila Dosal confirmed on Monday, February 12, the construction work of the Tourist and Gastronomic Corridor on the section of 60th Street, which is progressing as scheduled.

They will soon be ready to renew the image of the Historic Center of the capital and, with this, detonate tourism and the economy of the area, reports the state government.

Accompanied by the general director of the Institute for the Construction and Conservation of Public Works in Yucatán (Inccopy), Virgilio Crespo Méndez, Vila Dosal supervised the works carried out on 47th and 60th streets, passing through Santa Ana Park until reaching the Paseo de Montejo auction area.

Later, he walked along 60th Street until he reached the Government Palace, which had already been opened to vehicular traffic. During his tour, the governor talked with merchants and tourist servers in the area about the project.

They expressed their support for the project and the works and work carried out to continue attracting more tourism to the state.

Along the way, Vila Dosal confirmed with employees and store owners the benefits that this work will bring them, as it will allow more tourists to arrive in the area because the businesses will have a better view.

When giving details of the work, Crespo Méndez recalled that the rehabilitation of streets and sidewalks is already being carried out, the improvement of the urban image continues and bollards (obstacles to prevent the passage of vehicles) have been placed, the installation of lighting, wiring and traffic lights, among other tasks.

The official said that the installation of paving stones has already begun on the south side of 47th Street between 58th and 60th Streets and the north side is already paved.

Last November, the first stage of the Tourist and Gastronomic Corridor on 47th Street was delivered, by the Mérida City Council, which will connect, once ready, with the one on 60th Street and La Plancha Park, which will offer all visitors a great corridor with recreation options for Yucatecans and tourists. The Great Tourist and Gastronomic Corridor in the Historic Center is a work that will connect the Plaza Grande, the Santa Lucía Park, Santa Ana, and the Great La Plancha Park in a safe, accessible, and sustainable way for everyone.

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