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Cancun Bridge To Hotel Zone Halted Over Environmental Concerns

A local judge has temporarily halted the construction of Cancun’s new vehicular bridge to the hotel zone over environmental concerns. Environmentalist groups have sued the massive infrastructure project due to its possible impact on local flora and fauna, especially in the biodiverse mangroves of the Nichupté Lagoon.  The flagship infrastructure project, Puente Vehicular Nichupté (Nichupté …

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Construction Of Cancun’s New Mega-Bridge Delayed Over Environmental Concerns

The construction of Cancun’s new massive vehicular bridge is being delayed by a month due to environmental concerns. Authorities are expecting more information from the company on how to mitigate the bridge’s impact on the surrounding nature. Once complete, the new 8.8-kilometer-long bridge will facilitate access to Cancun’s hotel district and help avoid traffic jams …

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New Bridge To Connect Cancun’s Hotel Zone With City Center

Authorities have announced a massive new infrastructure project that will see the construction of a new bridge to connect Cancun’s hotel zone with the city center. The mega-bridge will help ease congestion and improve access between vital Cancun areas separated by the Nichupte Lagoon.  The new bridge will span more than 8 kilometers in length …

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Mexican Government Invests $470 Million To Fix Tourism Roads And Infrastructure Around Cancun

Nichupté Bridge, Colosio Boulevard, and Jaguar Park To Utilize Investment  The Mexican President, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO), has announced a 10 billion Peso ($472 million) investment in Cancun’s tourist infrastructure. The investment will focus predominantly on large public projects, geared to enhance the tourism experience in the region. A large portion of the funds …

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