Tulum, Q.R. — Tulum mayor Diego Castañón has announced infrastructure projects for the indigenous communities of the Mayan Zone of Tulum.
During an informative tour led by the Mayor and Deputy Silvia Dzul, he reported that road work is set for those areas. He said that the road that connects Tulum to the neighboring community of Xuilub will be paved.
Residents of the Mayan Zone of Tulum offered their support to the municipal government of Diego Castañón after learning of the projects. Castañón detailed that streets in the communities of San Juan de Dios and Sahcab Mucuy will be paved and outfitted with public lighting, and that access to the Mayan Zone and the section between Chanchen I and Chanchen Palmar will be improved.
“Diego has that great commitment, he has that strength, he has that desire. The fact that he is now touring the Maya Zone and the Transition Zone to tell them ‘I am here for whatever you need’ speaks well of the work that he is going to do,” said Silvia Dzul.
There are approximately 11,700 people living in the Mayan Zone of Tulum.