A key stretch of Mexico’s Tren Maya project and the construction of an airport near Tulum on the Yucatan peninsula, received land use rights.
Governor of Quintana Roo, Carlos Joaquin surveyed the construction areas during his working tour with Mexico’s President, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
Specialists warned that the Mayan Train terminal in Playa del Carmen will alter the appearance of the city and cause road problems.
The station planned for “La Plancha” was deemed to difficult to deliver on time.
The President of the Hotel Association of Cancun, Puerto Morelos and Isla Mujeres, Roberto Cintrón Gómez, said that they hope that the works of the Mayan Train are not placed where they cause effects on tourism.
In the upcoming months, one of the tasks of the Quintana Roo Tourism Promotion Council (CPTQ) is to recover British tourism.
Sanitary filters continue to be implemented in the public beaches of Cancun, in addition to carrying out the safety recommendations.
The summer vacation season ended with a significant influx of tourists, reporting more than three million tourists in all the destinations of Quintana Roo, a figure that exceeds the initial goal of 2.6 million projected by the tourist authorities.
In Quintana Roo, the constant fight against the spread of COVID-19 continues through coordinated actions within the general society, the tourism and business sectors.
While this would represent direct competition for the Cancun International Airport, a part of Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste, analysts predict the financial repercussions for it will be minimal.