Mazatlan’s Golden Zone will remain open to vehicles despite work

Francisco Guerra González said that through a two-way lane, the circulation of public and private units will continue.

The deputy director of Municipal Transit, Francisco Guerra González announced that even with the remodeling work on Camarón Sábalo Avenue, which began on Wednesday, drivers will be able to drive through the city’s Golden Zone, as a circuit was designed for this purpose. It will allow two-way traffic along one of the lanes, or to travel part of the Lomas de Mazatlán subdivision.

He explained that by indications of the municipal president, Químico Benítez Torres, Gaviotas Avenue runs from this Wednesday from north to south, in reverse of its normal circulation, while Camarón Sábalo will have a passage through the lane from south to north But both ways.

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“We are following the indications of our Mr. Mayor, Chemist Benítez Torres, for the support in what corresponds to the road, from Gabriel Ruiz Avenue to the Hotel El Faro will be in two directions; from Gabriel Ruiz all those who come from south to north on Valentinos side, will turn to Gaviotas street to get into the Lomas de Mazatlán subdivision, turn around San Juan Capistrano to reach Gabriel Ruiz avenue; from there to the hotel El Faro in two ways. Those who go from north to south, when arriving at Gabriel Ruiz will continue in one direction, it will be from north to south to get to Playa Gaviotas on the Road to the Sea. We will change the direction of circulation so that it is from north to south and be able to help with vehicular traffic referring to these works of the Camarón-Sábalo ”,

Francisco Guerra González asked both private and public service drivers for understanding and patience since the passing of units will be slower, however, he insisted that this type of work will give another side to this part of the city, and a Once concluded, it will benefit mazatlecos and tourists.

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