After 6 months, the City Council reopens the “Paso Deprimido” to vehicular traffic

Merida Yucatan, (November 06, 2021).- After six months closed, in the first minutes of this.

City Council installs drainage systems in Mérida´s “Paso Deprimido”

Mérida, Yucatán, (October 29, 2021).- As part of the works to install urban implements for.

Construction works continue on Mérida’s “Paso Deprimido”… Why is it taking so long?

The works were not affected by the recent rains. In spite of last week’s rains,.

Mérida´s “Paso Deprimido” could be ready in September

Mérida, Yucatán, (August 17, 2021).- The “Paso Deprimido” of Mérida has been closed for more.

Lack of planning delays reopening of Mérida’s controversial Paso Deprimido

Mérida, Yucatán.- The lack of planning and studies on the project’s scope could be causing.

Repairs on Merida’s “Paso Deprimido” about to begin.

Interim Mayor Alejandro Ruz Castro assures that the City Hall is reviewing the results of.

Merida’s Paso Deprimido will be raised.

The project, which will cost between 25 and 30 million pesos, also contemplates alternate routes..

Merida’s bicycle lane. The project that some love and others hate.

The bicycle lane project in the city of Mérida has aroused all kinds of passions.

Merida’s underpass flooded again…

Due to the rains caused by the effects of the cold fronts and Hurricane Iota,.

Paso Deprimido would be reopened to vehicular traffic.

The City Council of Merida is already working on a solution to the flooding problems..

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Fitch Ratings reaffirms the positive credit rating of the state of Yucatan

As a result of the correct allocation of resources, as well as the efficient financial policies promoted by Governor Mauricio…

Renan Barrera Concha participated in the Local Economy panel “Economic Growth of Yucatan”

Merida Municipal President, Renan Barrera Concha, participated in the Local Economy panel table "Economic Growth of Yucatan" organized by the…

“From Seoul to Mérida” an exhibition featuring the best of two regions

From South Korea, through the Panama Canal, Colombia, Veracruz, and Progreso, works of art by 45 Korean artists arrived at…

US drilling plans may exclude all waters beyond Gulf of Mexico

The U.S. Interior Department has recommended to the White House that all federal offshore oil and gas drilling auctions over…

Google’s Woolaroo will translate Maya and other indigenous languages

In order to help preserve and promote the different cultures and languages of the world, Google announced that it will…