September 26, 2020
National Guard Roads Division, recommends users take their precautions
Mazatlan-Durango- Closed in one direction, the Mexico 40 International Highway remains with delays, due to landslides that were generated this Saturday afternoon.
National Guard Roads Division, maintains two road closures at strategic points, which appear at kilometer 224 and 293, to indicate to drivers who move from south to north and vice versa, the alternate exits to the toll road, with the In order for the user to continue their course without setbacks.
Personnel from the Ministry of Communications and Transportation (SCT), is already speeding up the cleaning and rock removal work so that these land routes return to normal.
SCT opens the way in one direction on the Durango-Mazatlán free hwy
Personnel from the Ministry of Communications and Transportation enabled controlled passage in one direction
Due to a collapse of approximately 5 thousand cubic meters of rock, the federal toll-free Durango-Mazatlán highway, at kilometer 165, was closed to vehicular traffic in both directions.
Personnel from the Ministry of Communications and Transportation enabled the controlled passage in one direction.
At 3:00 p.m. saterday, the landslide was reported to the state of Durango, so personnel from the Ministry of Communications and Transportation went to the place to place signs, assess the damage, and remove the material from the bearing surface. and rehabilitate traffic as
soon as possible.
On the other hand, at kilometer 54 of the Durango-Hidalgo Parral highway , in the same state, an alternate temporary crossing was set up for pedestrians and vehicles weighing up to 30 tons, due to the damage suffered by the “San Antonio del Parral ”.