Mazatlan expansion and modernization of the Cerritos-El Habal road section inaugurated

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The stretch of the expansion includes an approximate length of 4 kilometers of the Mexico 15 highway, Mazatlán-Culiacán highway

Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- To boost the economy of the receivership of El Habal and other communities, the governor of the state, Quirino Ordaz Coppel, and Mayor Luis Guillermo Benitez Torres inaugurated the work of expansion and modernization of the road section Cerritos-El Habal, It will be called Raúl Tirado Sandoval avenue.

Ordaz Coppel highlighted the work of the councilors for teamwork with the municipal president, especially the councilor Felipe Velarde Sandoval, as he was the one who managed the project.


” I think they did a very important job and that is the sample to follow, the council members have to team up with the president so that Mazatlán continues to do very well, whatever color they are, there is only one color, which is Mazatlán and I think that is what must be favored and continue to support so that Mazatlán continues to do very well and put aside private interests“he said.

José Guadalupe Osuna Martínez, Trustee of El Habal, among other municipal and state officials, were present. Also, women entrepreneurs from this receivership were present, who asked the governor to promote the tourist flea market to promote their artisan and edible products, with which they will be firmly integrated into the El Habal-La Noria tourist corridor.

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The stretch of the expansion includes the Mexico 15 highway, the Mazatlán-Culiacán highway, with an approximate length of 4 kilometers.

The investment was around 49 million pesos, which includes widening the road from 7 to 12 meters; There will be two traffic lanes of 3.59 meters and 2.50-meter boundaries that can be used by cyclists.

In addition to the horizontal and vertical signaling, as well as the construction of gutters, sinks, brordillos, and the placement of metal defenses where required.

Source: elsoldemazatlan.com.mx

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