Mobility in Tijuana restored in record time after intense rainfall

Boulevards with the greatest connectivity have been restored so they can be used in less than 24 hours

The main roads and boulevards with the greatest connectivity in Tijuana have been restored to be used in less than 24 hours, as they are now free of sediments and free of problems with water puddles. This has been thanks to additional efforts carried out by the 24th Municipal Administration of Tijuana to reestablish normalcy after the showers that occurred from the weekend until early Tuesday.

Mayor Montserrat Caballero Ramírez instructed all government areas, the Municipal Public Utilities Agency, the Municipal Agency of Projects and Urban Infrastructure (DOIUM), the Urban Administration Agency (DAU), the nine delegations, the Agency of Civil Protection, Firefighters, and Municipal Police to redouble efforts regarding accident assistance caused by rain.

As a result, roads affected by water accumulation such as the Tijuana-Tecate Freeway, Bulevar 2000, Bulevar Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez, Paseo de los Héroes, and Vías Rápidas have been cleared with 95% of mobility recovery achieved in the areas where most vehicles gather in the nine delegations.

The 24th Municipal Administration of Tijuana led by Mayor Montserrat Caballero Ramírez reiterates its commitment with Tijuana natives, as all of its workers are working to guarantee the proper functioning of the city, its mobility, and the safeguarding of people and their properties.

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