Cancun, Q.R. — The Secretariat of Infrastructure, Communications and Transportation (SICT) reports a 23 percent progress in the rehabilitation of Luis Donaldo Colosio Boulevard.
In a statement, the City of Cancun says the project was started at the beginning of August and whose goal is 13.5 kilometers with an investment of more than one billion peso. The city says the finished project will benefit not only local residents, but also tourists since it is the gateway to and from Cancun to other destinations.
The City Council, through the SICT, also reported on the modernization of the Airport Distributor, which has a physical progress of 17.8 percent. Once complete, it will help reduce road congestion at that access point to the airport terminal, one of the busiest in Mexico.
According to the SICT, the Nichupté Vehicular Bridge has an advancement of 7.8 percent. When finished, the construction of 8.8 kilometers of bridge will connect the urban area with the hotel zone, improving circulation to the hotels.
On Monday, Governor Mara Lezama reported “good news. After the recent meeting with President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the Nichupté lagoon bridge will no longer have three, but four lanes,” she said without providing further details.