The amount for the work is around 2.5 million pesos and will begin in the next few days
Mazatlan, Sinaloa. The Blue Line project that begins at the cruise terminal is about to be reinforced, said the mayor of Mazatlan, Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres, ensuring that new blue line work will not have a high cost and will Welcome cruise passengers in Mazatlan.
“The reality is that they are works that do not cost much money, the desire to give tourism the best face, a face of confidence, security, because all tourists who arrive via cruise ships, are potential customers to return to Mazatlan, with a potential stay of several nights, not just a few hours; it will have water fountains, it will have a braille system for the visually impaired, ramps, pedestrian traffic lights, security, places to rest, “he said.
For its part, the head of Economic Development, Tourism, and Fisheries, David González Torrentera, explained that the promoters of the Blue Line were already discussed, so the project already has the direction of Public Works to begin as soon as possible.
“Socialization has already been done with the neighbors of the Playa Sur neighborhood, where we talked about what this project was about; the intention we have is to generate this guide that our cruise passengers have towards the Historic Center but in an accessible and inclusive way; the idea is to make this route accessible, the cost is minimal around two and a half million, “he said.
He added that this work is intended to install ceramic tactile pruning guides, and will be executed by a group of people with disabilities in the city, who are experts in the field and will have the opportunity to do so.
“It is a matter of equipment, tactile pruning guides; there is something to highlight from all the tactile pruning guide, which is going to be made of ceramic, of the best quality, but what stands out is that it is built by disabled mazatlecos,” he said. .
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