Merida IE Tram will have five stations in the industrial corridor of Umán

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The service will have five stations in the Ciudad Industrial Mérida-Umán corridor.

MÉRIDA, Yuc.- The Institute of Territorial Urban Mobility and Development ( Imdut ) and the Umán City Council defined the construction of five stations of the new IE-Tram transport system in the Mérida-Umán Industrial City corridor until reaching Poxilá.

The mayor of Umán, Gaspar Ventura Cisneros Polanco, stated that “we made the first tour with the Imdut and we are looking for how to benefit subdivisions and companies, where the IE-Tram will pass, which will use the existing railway track,” he said. 

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He added that “it has been confirmed that the route will reach the center of Umán, and will continue to the Poxilá police station, where the Mayan train station will be built, that is why we are rescuing the center, doing our bit to keep up with this project that will boost the economic and urban development of the town”. 


Cisneros Polanco said that in Umán, a Transportation Center (Centran) will be opened to concentrate the collective transport units that today have a stop in the center and a mobility system will be implemented that will mean that the circulation of some streets will be of a single sense. 

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mobility council 

“We have exchanged points of view with the Imdut, we are going to form the first municipal mobility council, with specialists in the matter and representatives of sectors that seek the orderly growth of the municipality,” said Cisneros Polanco, who recalled that the IE-Tram was It will end no later than December 2023. 

On the other hand, the interviewee said that this Saturday he delivered a package for the construction of new streets at the Hunxectamán police station, which were built through an agreement with Grupo ICA, a concessionaire company for the construction of section 4 of the Mayan train, which goes from Izamal, Yucatán, to Cancún, Quintana Roo, and that has a sleeper factory in Umán.

The Yucatan Post