Take alternate routes! Mazatlán Transit asks drivers to avoid the area of ​​the bridge under construction


Given the progress of the overpass on the Luis Donaldo Colosio bypass, and the presence of machinery, these are the most recommended routes

The Municipal Public Security Secretariat, through the Subdirectorate of Traffic, made a call to drivers in general so that if they must travel through the area where the Luis Donaldo Colosio Bypass overpass is being built, they should take alternate routes and avoid wasting time since there is intense traffic congestion all day long.

Juan Sergio Camacho Torres, deputy director of Municipal Traffic, explained that as the work progresses, the traffic lanes have been reduced, and there are even times when the traffic is suspended for up to a couple of hours due to the movement of machinery, which is why the public is asked to take alternate routes.

“Right now, Munich and Colosio are sporadically closed for up to two to three hours, heading west. There are sporadically closed there. The engineer of the work tells us and we have to close it for one or two hours and we have to detour them through Munich Avenue, because some machinery or something is going to be moved or they are going to do some work and they have to close it there. They detour through Munich Avenue so that they can take Las Torres and take bypass 2.”

The Municipal Traffic Commander called on motorists who travel to that sector of the city on Munich Avenue to do so with patience and caution.

Las Torres Avenue, Manuel J. Clouthier Avenue, Libramiento Dos and Bulevar Antonio Toledo Corro serve as traffic relief arteries during the period of time that the Colosio bypass remains closed.

Camacho Torres added that they are still analyzing how to coordinate the traffic flow when the work reaches another phase of its construction, with the purpose of avoiding traffic congestion and possible accidents at the site.

Source: lineadirectaportal