For the occasion of Independence Day celebrations, the City Council of Puerto Vallarta announced that on September 14, 15 and 16, there will be changes in vehicular circulation in the city center, so the population is asked to take precautions to avoid delays, informed the sub-directorate of Municipal Roads.
On Friday the 14th, for the National Day of Charro Parade, scheduled at 11:00 am, vehicular traffic will be restricted from Ignacio L. Vallarta Street, Lázaro Cárdenas and Morelos, continuing on Paseo Díaz Ordaz and Mexico Avenue until Panama.
The private vehicles that circulate along Morelos Street, will be diverted by Corona to Juarez, which will be enabled in two directions, and as the parade passes, the affected streets will be opened. The urban transport will be diverted by Panama street to return for Colombia, and in the south entrance, by Basilio Badillo street to the Luis Donaldo Colosio highway.
On Saturday, September 15, for the Independence Grito ceremony, vehicular traffic in the center of the city will change from 8:00 pm, through Morelos Street to Corona, from where it will be diverted to the street Juárez to Libertad, to continue through Ignacio L. Vallarta.
The urban transport, by the north entrance, will be deviated by the Panama street to return to Colombia, and in the south entrance, by Basilio Badillo towards the Libramento.
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For the parade on Sunday, September 16, changes will be made to circulation in Mexico Avenue, from Panama Street, as well as public transportation that will return to the north of the city through Colombia Street. The buses that go through the tunnel, will take Lázaro Cárdenas street until Aguacate.
The private vehicles that circulate through the streets Morelos and Corona, will be diverted to Juarez that will be enabled in two directions until going to Insurgentes street.
The parade will start at 10 o’clock in the morning and close ranks at the height of Honduras Street in the colony on December 5, opening the circulation at approximately 11:30 in the morning.
In the delegations, El Pitillal, Las Juntas, Ixtapa, Las Palmas, and the El Ranchito municipalities, public and vehicular transport will be diverted along the streets parallel to the main squares.
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