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"Intelligent" traffic lights with signals for pedestrians are being installed throughout Mérida. Photo: Contributed Over 1,100 traffic lights...
Bike lanes are proposed for the busy streets of Merida. Image: Courtesy Bike lanes will be carved into...
Merida’s Centro Historico is turning busy streets into more pedestrian-friendly spaces to help stem the spread of coronavirus. Photo: Courtesy
A woman is hauled away by police on Calle 58, south of the Plaza Grande. Photo: Desde el Balcon
Two major water-main leaks beneath Calle 64, between 59 and 57 in Merida’s Centro Historico, were repaired by Japay. Photo: Courtesy
Progreso, Yucatan — An elevated highway linking the industrial port and the Merida highway has failed to win over...
Part of Calle 59 in Merida will be named for Nobel Laureate Alfonso García Robles. Photo: Internet Within...
Another proposal to turn a busy Centro street into a pedestrian path has been floated, this one linking to a possible Mayan Train station.
A beer truck lost its cargo after flipping to avoid hitting an injured pedestrian. Photo: Sipse video Merida,...
These are images that I could never imagine to find in the Netherlands, let alone in Dutch restaurants.
Some 2,000 Christmas decorations have started to appear on city streets, and city workers have their work cut out for them.
Wednesday's Paseo de las Ánimas, which in recent years attracted tens of thousands of participants, requires several road closures hours before the procession begins.
Ideas abound to make the Centro safe and more livable.
Flooded streets, stranded cars, fallen trees and a prolonged blackout in the Centro resulted from torrential rain accompanied by hail Tuesday afternoon.
A new phase in the misery at the Progreso highway interchange.
The second stage of the current effort to restore facades in the Centro Histórico is a quarter-way done, said the city's director of urban development, Aref Karam Espósitos.
The city honored a historic friendship by renaming a stretch of road Avenida República de Corea in the Altabrisa neighborhood.
Two tech companies are donating 8.4 million pesos and a good chunk of their human capital toward a "Smart Mérida" pilot program.