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To speed up construction, engineers in charge of Route 5 of the Tren Maya resorted to pouring cement into several cenotes and caves, according to several reputable news sources, including El Financiero.
Bound for Chiapas and taking an option that already beats the bus
The new terminal will have dedicated passenger loading zones and amenities like free WiFi, benches, and bathrooms.
Tickets in the direction to Campeche and Cancún are now on sale at the station in Valladolid,
Although the trip was completely sold out, most seats remained empty as only a handful were sold to the public..
The inaugural voyage of the Tren Maya takes place today between Campeche and Cancún’s airport.
This first run of the Tren Maya is open only to select dignitaries and members of the media, will be followed by the inaugural trip for paying passengers.
Today, we explore some of the highlights along the first three of the six train routes of the Tren Maya.
Somewhere between 300 to 400 workers are working around the clock to finish the project.
In an official statement, the agency said that the design of the rail cars is a tribute to the visual aesthetics of the region. They hope it will offer users the first immersion into the cultural diversity of Chiapas, Tabasco, Campeche, Yucatan, and Quintana Roo.
A wooden canoe used by the ancient Maya and believed to be over 1,000 years old has turned up in Yucatán. It is nearly...
The Tren Maya has been part of many controversies, including around 25 appeals against the project. Yet Jiménez Pons Gómez told senators that, according to an UN-Habitat study, the Tren Maya will have a positive impact on the population of the South-Southeast region of the country.
La Plancha is the largest undeveloped plot of land in the Centro. Although it will not be part of the Tren Maya, 30% is intended to be sold to the private sector.
The piece is engraved with a hieroglyphic text, whose type dates from the end of the Early Classic to the Late Classic period (600 and 800 A.D.), attributed to the Oxkintok area.
According to an UN-Habitat study, it is estimated that by 2030, the population will grow 42.7% in 18 municipalities around the Yucatán Peninsula and Southeast.