It is intended to implement from Valentinos to the Monument to the Fisherman, with direction from north to south, informed the mayor Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres
Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- The “Par Vial” could return for the Holy Week holiday period to Mazatlan, but now the proposal is to implement it on the Avenida del Mar, in the stretch that runs from Valentinos to the Fisherman’s Monument, with the address of North to South, Mayor Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres revealed.
The mayor explained that it is an alternative to avoid traffic congestion in the tourist side of the port, and more because in those days the destination receives hundreds of visitors both national and international.
“We are thinking of making a Valentino Roadblock to the Fisherman’s Monument, but it will depend on not causing disruption in the alternate roadways. No, what we want is for traffic to be agile, transit because we did a survey, and both Mazatlan and visitors want to see the sea, “he said.
The municipal said that the area of the Golden Zone will remain the same, so, there will be no changes in the directions of the roads, and perhaps, this time is no longer allowed to return in the Valentino, in order to give greater fluidity to the Vehicular traffic.
“There are already people who are conciliating all this type of situations, that is, the transit would not end, there would be transit, even there we will not allow returns in Valentino and see that most people arrive and return, well We are not going to allow returns to make it more agile, “he said.
The ‘Chemist’ Benitez said that for Easter there will be zero tolerance for those who violate the law.
Source: linea directa
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