The Boca de Tomatlán malecon has contributed to the area as an attraction visited by hundreds of people from Puerto Vallarta and tourists every day who enjoy the walk or to move to other points of the bay using water taxis.
For that reason Mayor Arturo Dávalos Peña announced that work is already underway on the expansion project of the malecon, as well as in the cobblestones of Pelicanos street, which will be of great importance for the economic and tourist activity of the community.
The second stage of the expansion is expected to have an extension of between 150 and 200 meters with an investment of approximately $5 million pesos.
Pelícanos street, parallel to the malecón, will be paved to form a road circuit with Las Garzas, which will facilitate mobility in town. For this work, an investment of $3 million pesos.
“The idea is to give life to this whole area, to continue with the malecon, to make the cobblestone streets, to transform Boca de Tomatlán. All the people benefit here, but we are also benefiting Las Animas, Quimixto, Yelapa, Chimo, Majahuas, Majahuitas that are localities to which are accessed from here,” said the mayor.
He explained that the projects will be presented to the Federal Zone Committee for approval and allocation of resources, since the boardwalk is built in federal zone. The municipal president took advantage of his stay in this community to meet other needs in terms of road work being completed.
On highway 200, where the crews have been working for some days, cleaning points where the rain caused landslides, in addition to repairing other roads.
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