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Cancun airport to Maya Train station road construction set for July

Cancun, Q.R. — Construction is set to begin on a four-kilometer long road that will connect the Cancun airport to the Cancun Maya Train station. The Secretary of Infrastructure, Communications and Transportation (SICT) provided an update on the project, which is part of the city’s ongoing mega-projects.

SICT head, Jorge Nuño Lara, announced that the Cancun Airport to Maya Train Station connection project is set to begin construction in July. During the Monday morning press conference, he explained that the pre-investment phase will be completed in June.

Lara said the rolling stock has already been selected, which will allow connecting the four terminals with the Maya Train Station. The Cancun Airport-Maya Train Station Connection is within the airport polygon and consists of four kilometers.

“The rolling stock has already been selected. It will be an electric vehicle which will protect the environment and will be able to transport 47 passengers per unit, including luggage, comfortably,” he said.

Lara also referred to the Nichupté Vehicular Bridge, the paving with hydraulic concrete of Boulevard Luis Donaldo Colosio, the new Airport Distributor and Chac Mool Avenue.

Regarding the Nichupté Vehicular Bridge, he said that it is around 21 percent complete, the Luis Donaldo Colosio Boulevard 69 percent finished, the Airport Distributor 64 percent and Chac Mool Avenue 13 percent in its advancements.