Cancun, Q.R. — Mexico bus company ADO has added 23 new units to serve the Cancun International Airport. On Thursday, Governor Mara Lezama Espinosa was part of the dignitaries on hand for the presentation of the new buses.
The new ADO fleet will serve the market from the Cancun International Airport to the destinations of Quintana Roo as a service option for travellers.
During the presentation, Mara Lezama highlighted the confidence that the new government generates in investors such as the Mobility ADO group. Both Governor Lezama and Cancun Mayor Ana Paty Peralta de la Peña thanked Autobuses de Oriente (ADO) for the increased fleet.
Julio Flores, the General Manager of ADO Cancun, said the 23 new units, which represent an investment of 150 million pesos, will be used to mobilize more than 160,000 travelers per month.
Flores says the new buses are environmentally friendly and their image spreads emblematic sites of state attractions.
Other dignitaries participating in the Cancun airport event included the State Secretary of Tourism, Bernardo Cueto Riestra, the director of the Cancun Airport, Carlos Trueba Coll, the General Manager Mobility ADO Caribbean Region, Carlos Toledo Ramírez and the General Director of Municipal Tourism, Juan Pablo de Zulueta Razo.