Tuesday, September 26, 2023

Respira Development in Baja California: Marina del Pilar

The governor indicated that two thousand 944 million pesos have been invested in road infrastructure works throughout the State.

The governor indicated that two thousand 944 million pesos have been invested in road infrastructure works throughout the State.

TIJUANA.- With an investment of close to three billion pesos, the RESPIRA program continues to progress in Baja California, by implementing works aimed at changing the movement of the areas with the largest population in the State and to improve the quality of life of all families. , shown by Governor Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda.

During the supervision of the construction of the Alamar Node in the city of Tijuana, the state leader stated that the program will significantly reduce travel times to important areas for the development of Baja California.

Regarding the investment, the governor detailed that two thousand 567.5 million pesos were allocated for road infrastructure works; while the RESPIRE of your neighborhood program, which includes road works in the communities, amounts to 96.4 million pesos. In addition, in the “RESPIRA Parques” program, which includes high-impact green areas in Tijuana and Mexicali, 280 million pesos have been applied.

Accompanied by the Secretary of Infrastructure, Urban Development and Territorial Reorganization, Arturo Espinoza Jaramillo, the state president explained that the Alamar Node represents an investment of 428 million pesos and in general the change of access to Tijuana , one of the most important cities. from the State of Baja California and from all over the country.

The Head of the Executive Power of the State emphasized that, for the construction of the one kilometer long bridge, various measures were taken to not affect the traffic of that road, through which it is possible to enter Tijuana from in the municipality of Tecate, in the urban area and also in the industrial sector of Otay. These actions will allow the work to be completed next December.

“This area of ​​Tijuana can be an entrance or exit and is located very close to the border of the United States and also in the Eastern Zone, this area where movement and traffic meet in Tijuana and affect all of Baja. California because of the importance of the area where it’s located,” he said.

For his part, Espinoza Jaramillo explained that there are significant improvements in the foundations of the bridges, mainly for local companies with the objective of improving the economy of local companies and their potential to provide jobs to citizens of Baja California.

Regarding the Morelos Node, the state official stated that, with an investment of 489 million pesos, it is the expansion and modernization actions, through the construction of 64 concrete piles to support the high road, as well as the development of two ramps for going up and down the said road and development of a 500 meter bridge.

The governor came to oversee the actions of the Emerging Road Rehabilitation Program in the Villa Fontana subdivision in the Eastern Zone of Tijuana, where 10 million pesos were allocated for the treatment of 20 thousand square meters for the benefit of 150 thousand community residents.

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