Isla Mujeres, Q.R. — Extensive road rehabilitation projects continues around busy neighborhood areas of Isla Mujeres. On Tuesday, paving work on Perimetral Avenue and on the extension of Jesús Martínez Avenue on the island were noted as “progressing successfully.”
Isla Mujeres Mayor Atenea Gómez Ricalde says island road work is being done from Chedraui to La Gloria Park and from Las Hormiguitas Park to Las Tortugas Park. The project includes paving a total of 24,500 square meters, as well as the addition of speed bumps and pedestrian crossings.
In the Continental Mainland Zone, paving of the main avenue in La Loma is also being done, which once complete, will provide quality roads that will facilitate access to their neighborhood.
Over 15,800 square meters of roads are being revamped along Rancho Viejo Avenue in the Continental Zone. This project, once finished, will provide access to 19 mainland communities and “put an end to more than a decade of neglect in these communities,” she reported.
Gómez Ricalde says the projects are an integral part of an extensive program of the Municipal Government, which currently covers the execution of 55 public projects on the island and the Continental Zone.
These achievements are possible thanks to the efficient management of public resources and transparency in administration, with the aim of bringing well-being to island families.