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Almost all the merchandise trucked into Yucatan from outside the Peninsula over a single bridge in Campeche. There's a crack in that bridge, which will be closed for a year while it's fixed.
Mérida's Concanaco Servytur has petitioned the president elect to expand the Cancun-Palenque tourist train with a branch that reaches Yucatán.
The previous Holbox administration granted 300 building permits without reviewing development plans, the island current leaders charge.
The state has modernized 3.2 kilometers of "cenote route" in Cuzamá.
After what happened at Holbox over the summer, state officials in Bacalar want to learn from mistakes that were made.
Access to Isla Holbox is cut off until 4 p.m. today while an icky emergency situation remains unresolved.
Yucatan has shown sustained growth for more than a year and a half due to the outstanding performance of the manufacturing sector and construction.
Improving conditions for the disabled is the topic of a two-day meeting that will be attended today by more than 50 organizations from nine states.
The list of problems that plague everyday Meridanos shouldn't surprise anyone. But it may be a comfort that a formal survey of the issues is nearly complete so officials can strategically address them.
The city has grown 200 percent in 25 years. So what about the next 23?
The University of Miami’s School of Architecture will collaborate with the Yucatán Science and Technology Park to create ZenCiti, a “smart city” expected to revolutionize the IT world.