Mazatlans Camaron Sabalo Ave improvements continue

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With the opening of the lane, in the Camarón Sábalo Avenue, better road circulation was observed, the double lane allows two-way traffic.

Mazatlan, Sinaloa .- A section of Camarón Sábalo Avenue, in the western lane, was reopened for road traffic. This remained closed due to remodeling work

Lane opening

With the opening of the lane, better road circulation was observed. On the west side, you can travel in two directions from Rafael Buelna Avenue to the old El Faro hotel.

The lane that was opened was observed in good condition. Workers continue to perform work in the missing lane. 

They are working on the drainage and improvements were seen on the sidewalks. Then they will change the street lighting.

Last Wednesday, the Municipal Traffic Department reopened the section of Camarón Sábalo Avenue for road traffic, along the western lane, which remained closed due to remodeling work, from the old Tony’s bar to the intersection with Gaviotas street, in the northern part of the golden zone.

The deputy director of Municipal Transit said that Jumapam is installing valves to avoid leaving that area without water.

The official announced that next week the section of Rafael Buelna Avenue, from La Marina to Francisco Solís street, could be opened to vehicles

The Municipal Transit recommendation for drivers is to circulate at 40 kilometers per hour or less, in order to avoid the risk of a collision accident.

Background of works

After the inauguration of the rehabilitation work on Camarón Sábalo Avenue, since last February, the merchants considered the remodeling work slow.

Some businesses lost clients, as there was no access to shops due to the completion of the works, which consisted of 4 kilometers from Avenida La Marina to Rafael Buelna.

Some businesses lost clients, as there was no access to shops due to the completion of the works, which consisted of 4 kilometers from Avenida La Marina to Rafael Buelna.

The rehabilitation investment was a total of 200 million pesos, with resources from the Metropolitan Fund.

Merchants hope that the works will finish before the rainy season, as they fear that the avenue will turn into chaos.

Source: debate.com.mx

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