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Cancun’s mobility projects advancing faster than anticipated

Cancun, Q.R. — Mobility projects around the city of Cancun are advancing faster than anticipated. Governor Mara Lezama Espinosa announced that strategic projects to improve mobility in Cancun are moving forward quicker than originally planned.

Chac Mool Avenue, which has only recently begun, is nearing 5 percent complete with an estimated finish date for December.

The Nichupté vehicular bridge is already 14 percent complete and, if the construction pace is maintained, is expected to start operations in March 2024.

She reported that the new Luis Donaldo Colosio Boulevard, the city’s main vein, is already 50 percent complete, while the new airport distributor is around 40 percent finished. Lezama says both projects are scheduled for completion in October of this year.

These four mobility projects add up to a historic investment of just over 8.8 billion pesos that will benefit residents of Cancun, Isla Mujeres, Puerto Morelos and Solidaridad (Playa del Carmen) as well as the more than 20 million tourists that the area receives each year.

The four mega projects, she added, have created 10,000 direct jobs and 41,000 indirect jobs.