Cancun, Q.R. — On Sunday President Andrés Manuel López Obrador will wave the starting flag for the Nichupté bridge project in Cancun. The wave of the flag will mark the start of another major construction project set for the city.
On Saturday, López Obrador will fly over the states of his Maya Train project, including the stalled section 5. On Friday, he will travel from Merida to Cancun where, along the way, he will supervise section 4.
“We rest in Merida Thursday and Friday we go from Merida to Cancun Section 4 and them from Cancun to Tulum, Section 5, north section and south section, where work is underway and national security has been declared ,” he said.
While touring, he will also visit Villahermosa, Tabasco and Palenque, Chiapas, to supervise Section 1 then on to Escárcega, Section 2 and then Mérida, Section 3 and 4.
“On Sunday, we are going to start work in Cancun. The bridge that is going to connect the tourist area with Cancun with a bridge of almost 10 kilometers over the lagoon,” he said.
AMLO also intends to review the work being done on Luis Donaldo Colosio Boulevard, giving the starting flag for both mega projects to officially begin in Cancun.