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Artery that connects Cancun to Merida with Tulum approved for expansion

Cancun, Q.R. — After the May 5 weekend visit by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the Governor says the city’s bypass 180 will be expanded.

In a statement, Governor Mara Lezama Espinosa says that AMLO has approved this project which is considered of vital importance for the mobility of people and communication between the north and south of the state.

Governor Lezama confirmed the expansion of bypass 180-D, the avenue that connects the Cancun-Mérida highways with the Cancun-Tulum highway. She explained that it is a vital roadway that passes next to the Cancun International Airport and the new Maya Train station.

There, an entire section will be expanded to four lanes and have two road distributors, a central median, lighting and shoulders.

This latest project adds to the historical investment of more than 45 billion pesos that is applied to the Maya Train, the Tulum International Airport, the Nichupté Lagoon Bridge, the improvement of Colosio Avenue and the expansion of Chac Mool Avenue, among others.