The SEDENA high command in charge of the project ensured a punctual completion of the Mayan Train.
Under the watchful eye of the President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the Secretary of National Defense (Sedena) promised to diligently complete the monumental Mayan Train project for its scheduled start in December.
During the morning report by the Chief Executive in the historic rooms of the National Palace, the high command Ricardo Vallejo highlighted the significant progress in segments 5 north, 6 and 7, covering an impressive stretch of 621 kilometers that crosses both Quintana Roo and Campeche.
With the first stone laid in August 2022, Vallejo emphasized the ambitious goal of seeing the completion of the project in December 2023. In addition, he stressed the considerable economic contribution of the project, with almost 40,000 jobs created directly thanks to the initiative.
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Taking a more detailed look at the progress, Vallejo shared that segment 5 north, stretching from Cancun to Playa del Carmen, already shows 30.3% development. Segment 6, which connects Tulum with Chetumal, boasts a progress of 35.22%, while the section that connects Chetumal with Escárcega registers an advance of 30.02%.
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Not only that, Vallejo highlighted the work underway at the “Felipe Carrillo Puerto” International Airport in Tulum, which already shows a physical progress of 57% and, in financial terms, 50% of its entirety.
Sedena Reaffirms the Punctual Completion of the Mayan Train
Reaffirming Sedena’s responsibility and commitment, Vallejo mentioned specific measures to preserve the surrounding nature.
In close collaboration with the National Institute of Anthropology and History, Sedena makes sure to protect and maintain the vast historical and cultural legacy of the region. In addition, he stressed the ethical and efficient management of available financial and material resources.
With the vision and constant supervision of the Sedena, the Mayan Train is not only a testament to infrastructural progress, but also a reflection of the country’s promise towards a fusion of development, sustainability and cultural preservation.
Meticulous and timely completion of this project promises to not only improve the region’s connectivity and economy, but also highlight Mexico’s rich historical and natural heritage.
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