They give the start of the Sábalo-Cerritos bike path, in which 23.5 million pesos will be invested
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- With the construction of the Sábalo-Cerritos bikeway, which will have an extension of 4.4 kilometers and an investment of 23.5 million pesos, Mazatlán is positioned above other beach destinations in the country, by connecting 18.3 kilometers of the coastal bikeway.
When giving the starting signal for the work, Governor Quirino Ordaz Coppel assured that this type of work gives Mazatlán a greater projection as a tourist destination and directs it towards the future, with an urban infrastructure that prioritizes mobility for pedestrians and cyclists.
This bikeway will run from the Marina Náutica to Playa Cerritos, with a length of 4.4 kilometers, it will connect to the Camarón-Sábalo bikeway, and this in turn to Avenida Del Mar, Rafael Buelna, and Paseo Claussen, forming a circuit of 18.3 kilometers of the bike path near the sea.
The work is projected to be completed in four months, includes an investment of 23 million 573 thousand pesos, of which 18.5 million will be provided by the state government and the rest, the municipality of Mazatlán.
The event was also attended by the mayor of Mazatlán, Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres; the president of the state DIF, Rosy Fuentes de Ordaz, and the secretary of State Public Works, Osbaldo López Angulo.