Tulum, Q. R. — A historic investment in road repairs is underway in Tulum. On Monday, Mayor Diego Castañón Trejo gave the starting flag for the project that will see more than 11 million invested.
During the starting of the project, he said the repairs are being done due to citizen damand.
“We continue to deliver results to the citizens who see that in my government there is better mobility. This type of work is important in our capital because a new physiognomy is offered.
“Let them see that there are results, that we do not promise, but rather fulfill and that people know that we are working for them every day,” he said.
Santos Hipólito Tuz Chi, the Monitoring Director of Public Works, issued technical data on the project. He reported that the paving of the municipal streets of the town of Tulum will cost just over 11.9 million pesos.
The areas being revamped will affect 28,328 residents, however, he did not specify exactly where those areas were. The roadway projects include “leveling, clearing, supply and conformation of dirt roads, application of irrigation based on super-stable cationic emulsion and finally repaving,” he explained.