91.4 F
Mérida
Tuesday, September 21, 2021
###

Modern new bus terminal nearly ready to open in Merida’s Centro

Latest headlines

The great Kukulkán prepares for his descent, but no one will be there to see him

As was the case during the last spring equinox, Chichén Itzá closed for three days as a precaution against the spread of COVID-19.

Yucatán kicks-off rabies vaccination campaign for cats and dogs

This week marks the beginning of Yucatán's rabies vaccination program for cats and dogs

House permits for foreigners — How to buy a house in México

Any foreigner can obtain direct ownership of a property in the interior of the country, they just need a permit from the Foreigner Affair's Office. However, under Mexican law, foreigners cannot directly own property within the restricted zone.

Bars, cantinas, and sports centers to re-open in Yucatán

Mérida’s bars and cantinas will be allowed to operate once again, but only at 50% capacity. Photo: Carlos Rosado van der...
Yucatán Magazine
Sign up to get our top headlines delivered to your inbox twice a week.
Photo: Sipse

Merida, Yucatan — The new TAME bus terminal is projected to be open to the public by the end of the year, said an ADO official.

The current TAME terminal, at Calle 69 and 68, is considered a “Class 2” operation. The new 120-million-peso facility will be considered “Class 1,” and completely modern, said ADO Regional Manager Eduardo Córdoba Balbuena.

The nearby CAME building, at Calle 70 between 69 and 71, will close permanently once the TAME facility is up and running. Sipse News reported that it will either be converted into new Municipal Police headquarters, or a hotel and shopping complex.

CAME — Central Camionera de Merida — operated for 22 years, but will be consolidated with the TAME, or Terminal Única, Merida’s oldest bus station.

The new three-story TAME terminal replaces a bare-bones complex built in 1971, and will be more tourist friendly. TAME has been in operation for 61 years.

Passenger demand at the TAME spiked in 2018, shooting up 20 percent, according to ADO.

With information from SIPSE

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

More articles

The small but beautiful ancient city of Chicanná

Chicanná gets its name from its most famous building, the House of the Serpent Mouth.

Yucatán curfew: Vehicle restrictions almost at the end of the road

A road curfew that kept non-emergency vehicles off the road after 11 p.m. will end Monday, Oct. 4.

Yucatán faces resistance as COVID spread continues

A "World Wide Rally for Freedom" was held on the Paseo de Montejo to protest pandemic-related restrictions. Photo: Diario de Yucatán

Guns N’ Roses cancels Mérida concert, vows to return in 2022

Guns N' Roses won't be in Mérida in 2021 after all. Los Angeles rockers Guns N' Roses...

Cholul — The small pueblo named after water wood in Northern Mérida

Although it has largely grown in popularity for newcomers, Cholul still retains its town designation as well as most of its traditions and customs.

Yucatán loosens curfew and eases limits on restaurant hours

Yucatán is easing its pandemic curfew, allowing drivers on the road at night between Sunday and Wednesday.

The best breakfasts in Yucatán

Breakfast time in Yucatán is full of delicious options, from the spicy to the sweet and savory.

Yucatán still struggles as COVID cases decline nationally

Mexico's health undersecretary has declared the country's coronavirus crisis on the wane, but Yucatán is lagging by...

Mexico will vaccinate one million children at severe risk of COVID-19

There is an important limitation since the only vaccine authorized for emergency use in children under 18 is Pfizer’s.

Shorebirds in the Yucatán: endangered travelers

18% of the total bird population in Yucatán is in danger of extinction as a result of habitat loss, the introduction of invasive and predatory species, overfishing, and the climate crisis.