They consider the Mayan Train the largest work in Mexico

At the morning press conference at the National Palace of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, where, as every Monday, a detailed report on the great work is given, the governor predicted that the name of the president, like that iron horse, would go down in history.

Sansores showed a video about the spaces that make up the Mayan Train District, while Blas Andrés Núñez, Head of the Train Operations Coordination Center, reported on the progress of the tourist circuit along the railway line, in particular the Hotel Edzná, in Campeche.

López Obrador announced that his next report to the nation will take place precisely in Campeche and will give the first opening tour with journalists and distinguished guests, although the convoy will not yet move at a cruising speed of 160 kilometers per hour.

The Anthropological Museum will also be opened for all the riches that were found during its construction, as well as the places on the site that contain priceless diversity.

Luisa María Alboriz, Minister of the Environment and Natural Resources, spoke about the flora and fauna of Section 2 of the Maya Train, the last train under construction.

Diego Prieto, Director General of the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), which is responsible for archaeological work and the care and preservation of the discovered sites, their arrangement and access to visitors, noted that in Section 2 of the Mayan Civilization training 171 “relatively complete” objects were recovered, which will help to Enrichment of the site museum.

Mighty Ramos, general manager of Mexico’s Alstom, showed a video of the “Rolling Jaguar” and said it was the first of 42 trains that would run on the southeastern tracks. He explained how the tests will work for the different types of trains that will arrive in Quintana Roo.

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For his part, the director of the National Tourism Fund, Javier May, also showed, via a video clip, the route of the train project in southeastern Mexico to transport the first cart to Quintana Roo, last Saturday, while the other caravans arrived. Next day at the same destination.


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