Cancun, Q.R. — Cancun officers have been outfitted with new ATVs for the holiday season for the anticipated arrival of 1.6 million travelers. The eight new units cost the government 3.9 million pesos and will be used for beach security and monitoring.
José Pablo Mathey Cruz, the Municipal Secretary of Citizen Security, says the units are capable of circulating with great power, speed and traction through sandy areas and weeds. They will be used for security purposes along the 25 kilometers of Cancun coast, in particular, in the Cancun Hotel Zone.
Governor Mara Lezama, who delivered the new units, said the vehicles acquired by the Municipal Government are being added to the vehicle fleet delivered to the municipality of Benito Juárez by the State Government in June of this year to reinforce the construction of peace.
She highlighted that these units contribute to the intense work carried out to build peace and tranquility, which is the best gift that can be given to Quintana Roo, since more than 1.6 million people are expected during the holiday season.