Construction site with an incomplete steel framework for a building's roof and multiple building materials scattered around.

“Revolutionizing Quintana Roo: Maya Welfare Market Nears Finish Line”

The State of Quintana Roo's Strategic Projects Agency (AGEPRO) is making significant strides in improving the income of families in border areas. This is being achieved through collaboration with the Federation and under the guidance of Governor Mara Lezama Espinosa.

A significant part of this effort is the construction of the Maya Welfare Market. For this purpose, 3.1 hectares of land in the town of Nicolás Bravo have been acquired. This project represents a historic investment and is currently 82.5% complete. The Ministry of Agrarian, Territorial and Urban Development (SEDATU) is overseeing the construction.

The Maya Welfare Market is designed to incorporate local agricultural producers and artisans into the tourism benefits of the Maya Train. This is in line with the New Agreement for the Welfare and Development of Quintana Roo.

The project is strategically located less than 1 kilometer from the Maya Train station and only 3 kilometers from the population of Nicolás Bravo. José Alberto Alonso Ovando, the general director of AGEPRO, expressed optimism about the project. He said, "Thanks to the presidential Maya Train project, we have a great opportunity to create spaces that attract tourism. This will allow the region's producers to sell their items and offer services within a well-planned environment."