Tramo 4 del Tren Maya al 100 por Ciento de Vía Doble | Section 4 of the Mayan Train with 100 percent Double Track

Section 4 of the Mayan Train with 100 percent Double Track

The progress of the stations and the Promeza program were announced, among the most relevant was the Section 4 of the Mayan Train with 100 percent Double Track.

Section 4 of the Mayan Train project, which connects Izamal in Yucatán with Cancún in Quintana Roo, has successfully completed the implementation of its electrified double track.

With a total extension that covers 478 kilometers and 239 kilometers in a straight line, Óscar David Lozano Águila, general director of Tren Maya S.A. de C.V., shared this relevant update.

Section 4 of the Mayan Train with 100 percent Double Track

In a meeting with President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, Guadalupe Phillips Margain, leader of ICA companies, explained that, in addition to the roads already established, platforms and rails have been properly arranged, leaving only leveling details to be completed.

Lozano Águila highlighted the creation of 62 thousand jobs thanks to the development of key infrastructures such as underpasses, bridges and road renovations.

Additionally, more than 6 thousand poles have been placed, directly benefiting more than 718 thousand residents in the area.

The stations under development across nine municipalities in Yucatán and Quintana Roo show relevant progress:

  • Chichen Itza Station: 68%
  • Valladolid Station: 89%
  • Nuevo Xcán Station: 76%
  • Leona Vicario Station: 79%
  • Cancun Airport Station: 70%

Reinforcing its commitment, the Secretariat of National Defense (Sedena) confirmed that in just 60 days, the Mayan Train will be ready to receive local and international visitors.

INAH’s Promeza in Chichén Itzá and Ek’ Balam

The National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) remains focused on the preservation and rehabilitation of the famous archaeological zone of Chichén Itzá.

Diego Prieto Hernández, general director of the entity, highlighted that significant progress has been made in research and conservation, reaching 87% progress. In addition, new tourist itineraries are opening in the region.

The INAH, through its Program for the Improvement of Archaeological Zones (Promeza), is also promoting the development of the Great Museum of Chichén Itzá, with progress of 70%. Meanwhile, the Visitor Assistance Center reports a progress of 36%.



In this area, Sedena is working on the Hotel Tren Maya Chichén Itzá, which currently shows progress of 20.28%. This project foresees the integration of more than 2 thousand native trees, as shared by Blas Andrés Núñez Jordan, main operations coordinator of the Mayan Train.

Ek’ Balam, another archaeological site in Yucatán, is also seeing notable progress. Extensive trails and signage are being developed, along with progress on construction of the Visitor Services Centre.

In terms of archaeological conservation, the project has carried out the restoration and cataloging of various significant finds to date.

The report had the collaboration of personalities such as the governor of Quintana Roo, María Elena Lezama Espinosa, and the general director of Alstom México, Maite Ramos Gómez.


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