Cancun, Q.R. — Cancun Mayor Ana Paty Peralta says the city’s ongoing infrastructure projects will enhance mobility once complete. Over the weekend, she thanked the visiting President, Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Governor Mara Lezama, for managing and developing the projects.
Once finished, they will allow the circulation and connection of the city to be expanded, improving entry and exit to other destinations including alleviating traffic congestion into and out of the Cancun International Airport.
Peralta reported that according to information issued by the Ministry of Communications and Transportation Infrastructure (SICT), the Luis Donaldo Colosio Blvd expansion and remodel project is 69 percent complete.
In the case of the airport distributor, there is progress of 64 percent, while work on the Nichupté Vehicular Bridge registers 21 percent advancement in its construction. Workers have recently begun pillar work inside the lagoon itself.
Peralta says that the SICT reports the expansion work being done on Chac Mool Avenue, which only recently began, is 13 percent complete. She reported that work is also being started to connect the Cancun International Airport with the Mayan Train station.
The five major city infrastructure projects come in at a cost of just over 8.8 billion peso, which are all being carried out in the municipality of Benito Juárez (Cancun).
Last week, workers spent three nights tearing down the old bridge of the Cancun International Airport overpass. Complete demolition of the former overpass is being done during the nighttime hours this week.