Exodus begins Mazatlan central bus station traffic increases 25%


The manager, Álvaro Peña Torres explained that this Sunday the companies have grown to 200 trips to meet the high demand of users from CDMX, Chihuahua, Tijuana, and other destinations.

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- Although the vacation period still has a week left, the strongest days concluded with a fifty percent increase in the demand for tourists from Mexico City, Jalisco, Chihuahua, Mexicali, Tijuana, Durango, and Culiacán.

Álvaro Peña Torres, manager of the Mazatlan Bus Station, explained that expectations grew by 25 percent since from 160 runs that are scheduled daily, as of this Sunday they increased to 200 trips, which ensured that all users could go out to your destination this day.

“Yes, the companies prepared for this great weekend and indeed the runs are increasing, although they are coming out late, but the service is still available for all our users, yes, we definitely reached our expectations by twenty-five percent to date , two hundred bullfights were already generated, out of one hundred and sixty that we had daily”.

He explained that of the 800 passengers on average who had been driving until before Easter, currently, the average influx is between 1,200 and 1,300 users, who are asked and recommended to abide by the recommendations of the Ministry of Health on issues of the pandemic, to avoid contagion of Covid-19.

In the Mazatlan Bus Station, a large flow of people seeking to return to their places of origin lined up on the different bus lines and waited patiently both in the waiting room and outside the facilities to board the unit that will take them to their destination.

Source: lineadirectaportal.com

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