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2 periférico projects eliminate traffic lights

Work began on Wednesday to all but eliminate traffic lights on the periférico, the beltway that encircles the city.

Transpeninsular train project is killed

The rapid train project linking Quintana Roo and Yucatán has been permanently canceled, the national finance minister announced today.

Restoration begins in the central markets

Ceremonial speeches signaled the beginning of long-awaited renovations to the main public markets, Lucas de Gálvez and San Benitoa.

Mérida gets greener with new recycling plant

Mérida's new recycling and solid waste plant was inaugurated yesterday, promising a new source of energy and 270 new jobs.

Transpeninsular train is on track, says official

The train line that was dead last week? Alive again, reaching Cancun before the end of 2018, said the secretary of communications and transportation.

Valladolid’s high-tech, historical clocks cause a stir

Among the historical touches in Valladolid's downtown is been the installation of two charming old-timey street clocks. Two surprisingly controversial old-timey street clocks.

High-speed transpeninsular train appears stalled

The plan to build the transpeninsular high-speed train from Merida to the Mayan Riviera — which was to start construction in October — appears virtually paralyzed.

Road work in record time

Resurfacing work on the prolongación of the Paseo de Montejo should be ready by Tuesday of next week, a week ahead of schedule.