Mayor Arturo Dávalos Peña inaugurated the new lighting system on Av. Mexico in the city’s 5 de Diciembre colony, where the project also includes other streets of this important tourist area, which is becoming more attractive to visitors and pedestrians in general.
Along the route, 42 luminaires of 87 watts of power were installed with led technology and poles of six meters, that the municipal president put in operation, accompanied by neighbors, homeowners and merchants of the zone.
“We want to continue to grow and develop the tourist areas of Puerto Vallarta, where the hotels, restaurants and shops, and where all those who come to work in the tourist area live; We have to work to reduce the gap that exists. Little by little we are improving our tourist destination”, highlighted the mayor.
In Colombia Street, there were 22 luminaries installed with the same characteristics and poles also of six meters, from the street 31 de Octubre to Panamá. The project also plans to improve the lighting of Paraguay and Peru streets, as well as all those going from east to west, in that colony.
It is worth remembering that these works are carried out with a remnant of $14 million pesos that the company Citelum had with City Hall, and it uses state-of-the-art led technology for low consumption and efficiency of luminaires.
During the tour, neighbors and business managers thanked the Mayor of Puerto Vallarta for these works that improve the image and security of the city.
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