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Environmentalists are expressing concern over plans to run tracks for the Mayan Train above caves and cenotes in Quintana Roo.
More routes and improved comfort and payment systems are part of Yucatán's mass transit plans following the purchase of 350 new buses. In what's being...
During the past couple of years, Voalris has also increased its international routes to destinations in North, Central, and South America.
Yucatán’s state symphony orchestra will perform the remainder of its September-December program at the Palacio de la Música.
Mérida’s Salvador Alvarado sports complex is known affectionately to locals as “the cathedral of sports.”
So far in 2022, Progreso has hosted 72 cruise ships with nearly 20,000 passengers and 1,600 crew.
The plans, announced just days ago, Tren Maya passengers disembarking on the outskirts of Pisté on their way to Chichén Itzá. Previously, the train stop was to be in town.
Yucatán’s ‘sustainable stadium’ project is moving to a yet-to-be-announced location after months of protest by people living in Mérida’s north.
Most media outlets are reporting as a fact that the new airport will be built in Umán, but there are reasons to doubt the project will actually happen.
State and federal authorities have confirmed that work on a new dock to bring freight to the Mayan Train has begun in Progreso.
What became of Yucatan's Sustainable Stadium? Construction work on Mexico's most technologically advanced sports complex never got started in March as promised. Its original 2023...
“We are very excited about this project and will be announcing the details soon,” said Mayor Renán Barrera Concha.
The budget for these electric buses, constructed in the style of European trams, has now been approved to the tune of 735 million pesos — roughly 36.3 million USD.
Delays caused by construction are causing major headaches for divers on the Mérida-Cancún toll highway. Major construction kicked off over a year ago along the...
Drivers in Mérida are complaining about new pedestrian crosswalk lights being installed across the city.
Over the weekend, Mexico's federal government announced that it would be temporarily suspending its gas price subsidies along its northern border.
Overall, hotels in Yucatán have seen a 25% increase in bookings when compared to this time last year.
Travelers have taken to social media to complain about the airport’s limited amenities, including a lack of food and bathrooms without running water.
Several members of Mérida’s international community participated in a focus group to discuss the potential for a project described as a “culinary corridor” along Calle 47 east of the Remate.
Environmental activists on the island of Cozumel are protesting the construction of a new dock which they say would irreparably harm the island's delicate ecosystem.
Rails are now being laid near Chichén Itzá for the first tests of the Mayan Train.
Yucatán's government has opened a new remote surveillance center to oversee the state's thousands of active security cameras.