Puerto Morelos, Q.R. — The City Council of Puerto Morelos says they are working on a way to get the stone material onto the trucks and through to the highway with the least amount of issues.
On Friday, City Council said the trucks will transport the stone around the clock with the exception of school hours of 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. On the Ruta de los Cenotes highway approximately 300 meters from the collection center, informative signs will be placed since that area will be considered critical zone 1.
Highway personnel will also be placed along the route to guide traffic and expedite the entry and exit of the cargo trucks.
Critical zone 2, which will be under the federal highway bridge, will also have signs and highway personnel for road support.
In critical zone 3 at the entrance to the Old Town, there will be police support for local vehicle control and the free passage of the trucks.
Vehicle parking will be restricted on the right side of José María Morelos and Niños Héroes Streets to expedite the transit of the heavy units. Puerto Morelos Social Communication says residents will be required to drive carefully during the transfer of the stone material, which they add, will last several months.