Puerto Vallarta inaugurates new Felipe Ángeles street and pedestrian suspension bridge

Puerto Vallarta's mayor, Luis Alberto Michel Rodríguez, inaugurated the new construction of Felipe Ángeles street and the pedestrian suspension bridge in the Paso del Molino neighborhood, destroyed last year by hurricane 'Nora', with an investment of almost $3.4 million pesos.

With a large group of neighbors and accompanied by councilors and municipal officials, Mayor Michel recalled that 'Nora' left behind great damage in Puerto Vallarta, one of them being the Felipe Ángeles highway, which led to serious problems with the traffic of vehicles, in addition to putting pedestrians walking in the area at risk . . .

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