Culiacan Sinaloa: Works begin on modernization of road to Imala


With an investment of 184 million pesos, launched the work of expansion and modernization of 16 kilometers of the road that will connect safely to the city of Culiacan with towns of Imala and Sanalona.

Before entrepreneurs, the educational community of the area, residents of Imala and a hundred cyclists, Governor Quirino Ordaz Coppel highlighted the impressive growth of the southeast sector of the city, where in addition to housing areas, the Educating and Sustainable City (La Ciudad Educadora y Sustentable) of Knowledge with various educational institutions, and soon there will be the new General Hospital of Culiacán, built on the Culiacán-Imala boulevard.


This work, said the state governor, will not only improve the road safety of motorists and cyclists who circulate daily but will become a trigger to boost economic development and tourism in this area. This road will be completed in a period of approximately five months, which will include public lighting along the 16 kilometers.

El gobernador de Sinaloa, Qurino Ordaz Coppel puso en marcha los trabajos de modernización de la carretera a Imala. Foto: cortesía

On behalf of the beneficiaries, the cyclist Antonio Briseño Cortés stressed the importance of carrying out this type of work, which gives security to cyclists who periodically make circuits to the Magical and Señorial Towns, in particular to Imala, due to their proximity with Culiacán, and by the conditions of the land.

Aldo Raúl Mojardín, a restaurateur of Imala, said that this work will undoubtedly encourage tourism and will result in more visitors to this union.
Source: El Debate
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