With the arrival of ‘Pamela’, several services in the port have already been suspended for security reasons, including urban transport.
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- The Mazatlán Urban Bus Alliance until this morning did not know if activities would be suspended due to hurricane ‘Pamela’, however, the Civil Protection elements announced that tomorrow said service.
“We are working hand in hand with Civil Protection, the priority is to keep the user safe,” said Faustino Mejía, leader of the Alliance.
Until now, it is known that the population will be kept informed of any change in the service, however, the information that is available at the moment about the impact of the natural phenomenon in the port and everything will depend on the force with which it touches Earth.
According to the leader, these measures have already been taken in transport before, since the best thing is to take care of the safety of workers and transport users.
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