Sedatu Secretary Unveils Elevated Connection Linking Tulum's Treasures
Sedatu Secretary Unveils Elevated Connection Linking Tulum's Treasures

February 22, 2024
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February 22, 2024

Sedatu Secretary Unveils Elevated Connection Linking Tulum's Treasures

Sedatu Secretary Unveils Elevated Connection Linking Tulum’s Treasures

TULUM, Mexico – Román Meyer Falcón, the Secretary of Agrarian, Territorial, and Urban Development (Sedatu), has unveiled the progress of the bridge that will link the archaeological zone with the new hectares of the Jaguar Park, spanning the federal highway.

“We are overseeing the development of what will become the Jaguar National Park, focusing on the elevated connection between the 300-plus new hectares integrated into the National Park and the existing 600,” explained Falcón in a video, with the Tulum archaeological zone visible in the background.

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The federal official clarified that this elevated connection, stretching over Highway 307 in the Tulum-Playa del Carmen section, will serve as the conduit for visitors traveling between these two areas in electric vehicles.

Sedatu Secretary Unveils Elevated Connection Linking Tulum's Treasures

“What we are creating is a link between these two Protected Natural Areas, through a pedestrian bridge. It will also serve as a bridge for various electric vehicles providing internal transport. It’s a significant development ensuring a continuous flow. We are separating from the federal highway, allowing visitors a seamless and exclusive experience,” emphasized Falcón.

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He highlighted the importance of this route for visitor mobility, granting them access to the archaeological monument zone and the new INAH site museum, showcasing the influence of Mayan culture. Furthermore, it will connect with other central access infrastructure projects, representing an investment of 600 million pesos and aligning with the broader vision of the Tren Maya project.

Sedatu Secretary Unveils Elevated Connection Linking Tulum's Treasures

Meyer Falcón also conducted an inspection to assess the progress of the beach reorganization efforts in Tulum, involving the development of relaxation and service infrastructure at seven public entrances and the relocation of 170 commerce modules. This initiative aims to enhance cleanliness and orderliness within the National Park’s beaches.

Sedatu Secretary Unveils Elevated Connection Linking Tulum's Treasures
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