Cancun, QR. The federal government began the modernization of the road junction of the Cancun International Airport and the rehabilitation of the 13.36 kilometers of Luis Donaldo Colosio Boulevard. In the aforementioned works, the authorities will apply resources of the order of 1,328 million pesos during the years 2022 and 2023.
The Secretariat of Infrastructure, Communications and Transportation (SICT), whose delegate in Quintana Roo en Guido Mendiburu Solís, reported that the works are part of the Infrastructure Works Program announced for the strengthening and consolidation of the northern part of the state, cancun and the Mayan Riviera.
He explained that with the modernization of the junction Cancun International Airport, the so-called Trébol, will provide better accessibility to this important air terminal, through the construction of a new structure 65.24 meters long with two 32.0-meter spans, which will house six lanes (three in each direction) separated by a central strip of two meters; two lanes will be the main ones for each direction and a third one for incorporation.
In addition, the trunk axis of the highway will be widened Carmen beach–cancun to 10 circulation lanes, of which four will be the main ones and a fifth for incorporation.
With these works, there will be a safer operation for users, by having greater road capacity, with eight traffic lanes in the transition from the airport junction to the highway Agrarian reform–Puerto Juarezadded the official.
The works will benefit an estimated population of 1.3 million inhabitants of the municipalities of Benito Juárez, Puerto Morelos, Isla Mujeres, Solidaridad and Lázaro Cárdenas and will generate 356 direct jobs and 1,423 indirect jobs.
Likewise, in the next few days, the rehabilitation of federal highway 307 Agrarian Reform-Puerto Juárez, from kilometer 341 to 354, in a stretch of 13.36 kilometers, known as Bulevar Colosio, will begin.
On this route, the rolling surface will be restored with hydraulic concrete, which includes the existing lateral rails, as well as the modernization of the transport bays and the rehabilitation of lighting.
These works have already been awarded to the company Cemex and in fact they have already started with the elaboration of the project, topographic surveys and inventory of induced works, explained the delegate.
For this, during the following weeks, coordination agreements will be signed with state and municipal authorities, as well as with tourism transport entrepreneurs, airport authorities and tour operators to work in coordination and proactively on the best mobility strategies and logistics, explained Guido Mendiburu.