On Monday, September 26, the reconstruction of the bridge over the Cuale River in Puerto Vallarta is scheduled to begin, after it was destroyed by the passage of Hurricane Nora.
According to information provided by the Secretariat of Infrastructure and Public Works (SIOP), the cleaning of the area has already concluded, so the layout is being made and the blueprints of the new structure is being reviewed.
“At the beginning of next week, tentatively on Monday, the work of the new bridge will start with the drilling for pile driving and the preparation of steel,” the Secretariat explained.
According to what was indicated a few weeks ago by the head of the agency, David Zamora, the work would take 2 to 3 months in construction.
The structure would be made up of pre-built blocks. It is estimated that the cost of the work will be around $7 million pesos; However, this figure will be finalized once the initial approval is given by Governor Enrique Alfaro Ramírez.
Subscribe here for as low as .08 cents per day to access more content, and browse the site with fewer ads, all while supporting independent local news.
Trending news on PVDN
- I asked an AI Chatbot about Puerto Vallarta, and this was the response Puerto Vallarta (PVDN) – We have all heard of AI chatbots in recent headlines, but most of us probably don’t really know what they are. Imagine if Siri could write you a college essay or Alexa could give you a Shakespearean-style movie review. In December 2022, OpenAI opened up access to ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence…
- A significant number of American Spring Breakers will arrive in Puerto Vallarta despite travel alerts Puerto Vallarta (PVDN) – A significant number of Spring Breakers and other tourists from the United States will arrive in Puerto Vallarta over the Spring Break and Easter holiday period, despite the alert by authorities in the United States, said the Secretary of Tourism, Vanessa Pérez Lamas.
- Gang members sent to prison in Romania for ATM machine scam that targeted tourists in Puerto Vallarta Puerto Vallarta (PVDN) – A court in Romania sentenced three members of an organized crime group to more than a decade in prison each for skimming ATM machines and stealing millions from people’s credit cards in Puerto Vallarta.
- Puerto Vallarta beaches given green light for recreational use but warns not to consume shellfish from the Bay Puerto Vallarta (PVDN) – The beaches and water quality of the Bay of Banderas in Puerto Vallarta are at optimal levels for recreational use but beware of shellfish due to red tide.
- Another confrontation between criminal groups in Jalisco leaves burned cars at toll booths Puerto Vallarta (PVDN) – Early this Friday morning, a confrontation between alleged criminal groups was reported at the highway junctions between Teocaltiche and Nochistlán, on the border with Zacatecas, which resulted in the burning of vehicles in at least two toll booths on the Guadalajara-Lagos de Moreno highway without reports of injuries. After the events,…