The governor of Baja California, Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda, revealed that major road works will be reinforced in 2023 to advance mobility objectives for the state, which will already have a direct impact on the quality of life of hundreds of thousands of families. Which will reduce travel time within urban centres.
In this sense, the head of the executive power of the state monitored the progress in the construction of the Casa Blanca bridge – Tijuana Rosarito Corridor 2000 and the rehabilitation work of the Lombardo Toledano roadway between Gómez Morin and Héctor Terán Terán boulevards. Mexicali City.
Marina del Pilar explained that the bridge located in Corridor 2000 in Tijuana’s eastern sector will revitalize urban life in the metropolitan area that the municipality shares with Tecate and Playas de Rosarito, benefiting the thousands of motorists who use this road daily. use on the basis.
The completion of the work is planned for the last months of 2023, which includes, in addition to the construction of the bridge, the installation of retaining walls, traffic lights, horizontal and vertical signage, a public lighting system and green areas in the central area. Median.
While in the route carried out in the rehabilitation of the Lombardo Toledano road between Gómez Morin and Héctor Terán Terán boulevards, the governor explained that it is about 3.1 kilometers of roads, covering an area of more than 35 thousand square meters, which represent more than 100,000 Benefit more people who commute daily on the said road located in a central area of the state capital.
With an investment of 10 million pesos, the asphalt pavement will be reinforced, the area’s water infrastructure will be improved, and vertical and horizontal signage will be installed, significantly reducing travel times and increasing the number of motorists using the said artery. Security will increase for
Currently, the Lombardo Toledano road has an asphalt layer in poor condition and a lack of signs, which causes mechanical damage to citizens’ vehicles as well as significant delays when using the road to go to work, homes, schools and centers. This indicates that the action plan of the Secretariat of Infrastructure, Urban Development and Ecology (SIDURT) will be improved.
The head of the agency, Arturo Espinoza Jaramillo, indicated that an additional 29.6 million pesos are being invested to service more than 111,000 square meters, which will strengthen mobility and significantly improve the city’s image.
The official explained that the work is being done on Rio Sonora Avenue, between 11th Street and Rio Nuevo Road; Rio Sinaloa Avenue, between 11th Street and Rio Nuevo Road; Noche Buena Avenue, between Salvia Avenue and Paseo Florida Street; de las Olivalas Avenue, between Salvia Avenue and Yerbabuena Avenue; and Diente de Leon Avenue between Salvia Avenue and Paseo Florida Street.
Also, in the second phase, work is being done on Heroico Colegio Militar Street between Baja California Avenue and Revolution Avenue; Jalisco Avenue, between Rio Nuevo Road and Cuayutlan Street; Salvia Avenue, between Noche Buena Street and Diente de Leon Avenue; and Llamardas Avenue to Paseo de los Granados.
Cristóbal Colón Avenue has been added to the previous ones, between Justo Sierra Road and K Street; Reforma Avenue, between I Street and Justo Sierra Road; Also between Jalisco Avenue, Cuyutlán street and Heroico Colegio Militar street.