Sinaloa roads are in poor condition; calls for extreme precautions


The vehicular capacity grows by Mexicans who return to their places of origin and tourists

Mazatlan.-  The vehicular capacity grows on the Sinaloan roads by the nationals who travel a large part of the country to reach their home states. Also, for national and foreign tourism, highlighted the chief inspector of the Mazatlan Base of the Federal Police of Social Proximity, Karlo Castillo Gracia.


The commander asked motorists to drive with caution, as there are road sections that are damaged.

The roads are in constant maintenance but there are some points that have not finished and it is better to respect the signs and speed limits to avoid accidents.

Surveillance was intensified on toll roads and free to give greater security and tranquility to those who travel the country in private vehicles or buses. 

A tour of the highways was made and pavement damage could be detected.

There are slight bumps but others very marked, which even resemble ditches.


Castillo stressed that so far there is no reported accident in the area of ​​the Mazatlan jurisdiction, which includes the freeway and the free to Durango with a limit with Sinaloa. It also contemplates the roads to the south and north of this city. It works to ensure that the holiday period is maintained.

The formal operation begins on December 17 and ends on January 8, when students from all levels and workers from the public and private sectors are reintegrated.

The commander reiterated that they must drive respecting the speed limits, which can make the difference between arriving safe and sound at their destination or a tragedy.

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