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The Va y Ven project advances in Progreso

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Given the need in Progreso for a modern transportation system that meets the demands of users, Felipe Pech, municipal head of the sector, said there is a project for the arrival of the Va y Ven system to the port.

He said that there is progress towards making it happen. Studies have already been done and the routes are yet to be defined.

According to the municipal official, the State Transportation Agency has already carried out the necessary studies to determine the neuralgic points the routes should cover.

The routes would cover the most important sectors of the city. The buses would pass by the supermarkets, the Health Center, the Prosecutor’s Office, the city center, the market, the Municipal Palace, and the Technological Palace, among others.

It would travel from the center of Chicxulub Puerto to Yucalpetén and back.

This would mean that the buses currently in circulation would be replaced. However, the Vans (taxis) would remain, which would function to link the neighborhoods through which the Va y Ven does not pass.

“The bases are in place, it is feasible that the Va y Ven will arrive. We have done the impact study and there is availability from the concessionaires, which is the most important thing,” he indicated.

“It is not just about arriving and removing the concession, because although they have obligations they also have rights that include exploiting the route for a certain time,” indicated the interviewee.

However, although most of the foundations for the arrival of Va y Ven a Progreso are already practically laid, there is economic difficulty. The head of Transportation in Progreso stated that each of the trucks has an approximate cost of 4.5 million pesos, that is, to be able to fit the 10 units planned for the port circuit, 45 million pesos are needed.

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