Baja California Governor Marina Avila announced Monday several transportation projects for Mexicali that will cost about $500 million.

The governor said the Respira program seeks to improve the capital city’s mobility and to reduce pollution.

The program also includes measures to add new technology and an increase of green areas to improve quality of life. The projects include rehabilitation of Lázaro Cárdenas Boulevard, Cetys Avenue, Ejido Puebla Boulevard, Gomez Morín Boulevard, Carranza Boulevard, Héctor Terán Avenue and Islas Agrarias Highway.

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