New section of the Guadalajara-Puerto Vallarta short track is opened

New section of the Guadalajara-Puerto Vallarta short track is opened

Finally, after much anticipation, a new segment has been inaugurated on the shortcut route connecting Guadalajara to Puerto Vallarta, representing a significant step in improving the road infrastructure in the region. This newly opened stretch offers a crucial alternative to the winding section of Federal Highway 200, which meanders from Compostela to Las Varas, Nayarit. The opening of this new section took place on Wednesday afternoon; however, there was no official inauguration ceremony due to electoral advertising restrictions prohibiting government promotion. Nonetheless, around 2 p.m., access was granted to drivers, thus marking the beginning of a new era in road connectivity between these two important cities.

This newly opened stretch is particularly significant as it provides a safe and efficient route that bypasses the dangerous curve section near the town of Mesillas on the free road. The opening of this section had been anticipated for some time, albeit without an official inauguration date. Nevertheless, its commencement comes at a strategic moment, coinciding with the “holy days” season when tourist traffic to Puerto Vallarta experiences a considerable surge. This improvement in road infrastructure not only benefits local residents but also facilitates access to one of the region’s most popular tourist destinations, thereby contributing to the economic and touristic development of the area.

In summary, the opening of this new segment of the Guadalajara-Puerto Vallarta shortcut route marks a significant milestone in the development of road infrastructure in the region, providing a safe and efficient alternative for travelers and enhancing connectivity between two important urban and touristic centers.

Source: Contralinea.net