Tulum, Q.R. — The Potable Water and Sewerage Commission (CAPA) is carrying out the replacement of a potable water conduction line on Coba Sur Avenue in the city of Tulum.
The replacement is being done to keep up with the demand of the growing city. The goal of the project is to build 1,257 linear meters of pipes of different diameters on Cobá Sur Avenue with its existing derivations, as well as the installation of sectioning valves and their boxes, to guarantee the correct operation of the line.
The replacement of the drinking water conduction line of Cobá Avenue with the federal highway is 61 percent complete. The project is being paid for with resources from the Drinking Water, Drainage and Treatment Program (PROAGUA) 2023, exercised by CAPA in conjunction with the National Water Commission (CONAGUA).
The replacement project is an investment of 5.1 million pesos, which, when complete, will benefit 3,733 residents.