Low Carbon MX

11 de Septiembre de 2016

CMIC presents 30 infrastructure projects to Puebla government

Puebla, Pue. The Mexican Chamber of Local Construction Industry (CMIC) propose to the elected governor, Antonio Gali Fayad, a bank of 30 infrastructure projects; some cost between 200 and 300 million pesos.

In addition, members of that body compete in group discussed the draft line 3 of Urban Transport Network Articulado (PATH), similar to Metrobus Mexico City.

The president of that organization, Alberto Ramirez and Ramirez, explained that the projects range from adjustments to the geometry of some vehicle crossings to the construction of bridges and roads that generate greater mobility in the city, which at peak times and suffers from problems of traffic.