There is an urgent need for an increase in passage due to the loss that occurred last year due to the Covid19 pandemic, so they have the expectation that this holiday season will be better
Mazatlán, Sinaloa. – The general manager of the Mazatlán Bus Station, Álvaro Peña, announced that as of December 17 they expect a significant rebound in the flow of passengers arriving in Mazatlán or traveling to other places
He reported that these days they have an average of 150 runs a day and expect a rebound of 25 percent more for the strong days of the holiday period, at the same time he assured that those who generally come to vacation at this beach destination are from Mexico City. , Monterrey, Chihuahua, Ciudad Juárez and Tijuana.
“We hope that we will have many visitors and many departures from our city, from the 17th of this month until January 6, we have scheduled the movement of the holiday period,” he confirmed.
The administrator of the largest truck terminal in Mazatlan urged the need for an increase or recovery of passage due to the loss that occurred last year due to the Covid19 pandemic, so they have the expectation that this holiday season will go good.
He assured that every year in the holiday season, students and seniors will be granted a 50 percent discount on the ticket to any destination they travel to, this with valid identification, and in the case of teachers, they will be provided 25 percent. cent also with receipt in hand.
To protect travelers from being infected with Covid, Álvaro Peña assured that they strictly follow health protocols such as the application of antibacterial gel, keeping a healthy distance, taking the temperature when entering the plant, and hand washing.
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