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Another thousand security cameras part of Cancun planned investments

Cancun, Q.R. — Around one thousand additional security cameras are part of Cancun’s planned investments this year. Cancun mayor Ana Paty Peralta says aside from cameras, old traffic lights that were damaged in the hurricanes two years ago will be replaced with modern lights.

“Very good things are coming for our city in 2023. A lot of historic investment to continue taking Cancun to the next level of prosperity and well-being,” she said detailing the acquisition of traffic lights and video surveillance cameras, in addition to the resurfacing of different areas.

“Important investments are coming in traffic lights, which I had already announced, but is something extremely important for our city due to hurricanes and because we have citizen reports that many of these traffic lights have become obsolete, so we are going to modernize them,” she explained.

Peralta said resources will be allocated for the acquisition of more than a thousand video surveillance cameras for the city, which will be added to the 200 that are under the charge of the municipal government and 1,200 under the operation of the state authority in Cancun.

“We are also going to repave many of our streets and continue beautifying our area, recovering all the parks and public spaces,” she said. New city signs are also in the investment mix to replace old deteriorated signs.