Cancun, Q.R. — The expansion of bypass 180-D, which joins the Cancun-Merida highways with the Cancun-Tulum highway, will improve mobility around the city. Governor Mara Lezama Espinosa toured the under-construction roadway, which she reported will have four lanes, two road distributors, a central median, lighting and shoulders.
The expansion of bypass 180-D will make mobility more agile and safer. The road is located behind the Cancun International Airport next to the new Cancun Maya Train station.
This new investment in road infrastructure will make transfers of citizens and tourists more agile, safe and fast due to the increase in traffic on Huayacán Avenue, the saturation of the Airport bypass. It will also allow rapid access to the highway 307.
The expansion of the highway was announced earlier this month after a visit by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.