Governor Marina del Pilar presents progress of high impact road projects in Baja California

Thousands of citizens will benefit from these projects

Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda, the governor of Baja California, supervised progress regarding high impact road projects, which will speed up mobility and improve the quality of life of residents who live in the areas, in the municipalities of Mexicali and Tiuana, with the highest amount of population. As such, they will be able to spend more time with their loved ones and less in traffic.

Regarding the case of Nodo Alamar-Terán, the state governor said that, with an investment of 428.4 million pesos, the project is 98% complete and will benefit 400,000 inhabitants and the flow of 120,000 daily vehicles. This project represents the transformation of the access to one of the country's most important and dynamic cities.

This project consists of a solution with a base in a bridge with an inverse flow that runs over Bulevar Héctor Terán that will allow for continuous traffic flow over the industrial zone and a direct connection with Vía Rápida Alamar, which implies a substantial reduction of driving times.

Regarding the Lázaro Cárdenas - Venustiano Carranza road exit in Mexicali, the Secretary of Infrastructure, Urban Development, and Territory Redesign (SIDURT), Arturo Espinoza Jaramillo, explained that, with an investment of 767.8 million pesos, 500,000 inhabitants will benefit, considering a daily traffic flow of 120,000 private and freight vehicles.

This project in Mexicali will have an overpass elevated bridge at Bulevar Lázaro Cárdenas with three lanes, with a left entry towards Bulevar Venustiano Carranza Norte, and an underpass from Bulevar Venustiano Carranza with a left turn towards Poniente, explained Espinoza Jaramillo.

During the supervision of the road exit project in Mexicali, the governor said that the investment is 100% from the state, which means an important organization so as to not block traffic or commercial services and nearby homes. Its first stage shows a progress of 78%.

"This project is going to change the mobility of all Baja California. This project is the biggest project that is being carried out in the capital, and there are other ones that are very important and high impact," the governor said.

Nodo Morelos, in the city of Tijuana, shows a progress of 90% in its first stage, with an investment of 489.4 million pesos. This project will benefit half a million inhabitants in the southern area of the municipality and northern Playas de Rosarito and represents a significant moment in the improvement of mobility in the Metropolitan Zone.

Lastly, Espinoza Jaramillo revealed that Nodo El Sauzal, that is being built in the access to the city of Ensenada, will make the connection with the municipality's urban zone easier with an investment of 237.7 million pesos, benefiting 450,000 residents and visitors. It currently shows a progress of 72%.

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