Mazatlan.- This Wednesday, the Subdirectorate of Municipal Transit reopened to traffic the section of Camarón Sábalo Avenue, on the western lane, which remained closed due to remodeling work, from the old Bar Tony’s to the intersection with Gaviotas street. .
Francisco Guerra González, head of the agency, mentioned that with this, you can already circulate in two directions along the lane next to the hotels, from the intersection with Rafael Buelna Avenue to the abandoned ex-hotel El Faro.
He said that following the instructions of the mayor Luis Benítez, he continues to support the construction companies that carry out the work on the avenue, so that they can finish the remodeling of said street.
“The section that was opened goes from Gaviotas street to where this same avenue ends. There are some pieces of the intersection of Camarón Sábalo and Gaviotas on the west side lane, where Jumapam is placing valves, so as not to leave that area without water. After these jobs, which will last from 2 to 3 days, they will go straight to work on the east side lane in order to finish, “he explained.
The deputy director of Municipal Transit announced that next week the section of Rafael Buelna Avenue, from La Marina to Francisco Solís street, could be opened to vehicles.
He added that in both roads workers are still carrying out works, so he recommended drivers in general to circulate at 40 kilometers per hour or less, in order to avoid the risk of an accident due to being run over.
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