April 6, 2024
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Enhancing Connectivity: Governor Announces Expansion of Bypass 180 after President AMLO’s Visit

After President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s visit over the May 5 weekend, the Governor has announced plans for the expansion of bypass 180 in the city.

In an official statement, Governor Mara Lezama Espinosa has expressed that AMLO has given his approval to this significant endeavor, which is regarded as crucial for enhancing the movement of people and fostering better connectivity between the northern and southern parts of the state.

Governor Lezama has confirmed the extension of bypass 180-D, the thoroughfare that links the Cancun-Mérida highways with the Cancun-Tulum highway. She has elucidated that this is a pivotal roadway that runs adjacent to the Cancun International Airport and the new Maya Train station. As part of the expansion, a complete section of the bypass will be widened to accommodate four lanes. Additionally, two road distributors, a central median, lighting, and shoulders will be incorporated.

Enhancing Connectivity: Governor Announces Expansion of Bypass 180 after President AMLO's Visit

This recent undertaking supplements the already substantial investment of over 45 billion pesos allocated to the Maya Train, the Tulum International Airport, the Nichupté Lagoon Bridge, the enhancement of Colosio Avenue, and the extension of Chac Mool Avenue, among other initiatives.

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