A state official announced Monday the rehabilitation of the west entrance of Mexicali.
State Secretary of Infrastructure and Urban Development Arturo Espinoza said the project will cost 18.8 million pesos or close to a million dollars.
According to the state official the project is part of the highly busy street rehabilitation program launched by the incoming administration.
The goal is to increase mobility and safety while reducing traffic times. The project, which is expected to finish by the end of January will help rehabilitate close to 24,000 square meters and benefit 250,000 residents.