Part of Basilio Badillo Street Undergoing Two-Month Project: Detour for Cars, Buses, Trucks

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Affecting the stretch between Insurgentes and Aguacate in the Emiliano Zapata neighborhood

Drivers in Puerto Vallarta are advised to plan for detours as a section of the heavily traveled Basilio Badillo Street in Zona Romantica has started an estimated two-month project that includes a stronger concrete used in the road, upgrades to water and drainage lines, household connections, curbs, and sidewalks will be made.

Buses are being rerouted as well, so if you normally catch a bus on Basilio Badillo, You’ll need to go to the corner of Basilio Badillo and Aguacate to catch the bus.

Construction on Basillio Baddio

The closure, affecting the stretch between Insurgentes and Aguacate in the Emiliano Zapata neighborhood. The project will see the cobblestone street replaced with a more durable mortar-based pavement and upgrades to water and drainage lines, household connections, curbs, and sidewalks will be made.

The total cost of the project is expected to be around $4,175,000 pesos. The winning bid for the work was awarded to Rodherick Palacios Bautista on February 26th by the Vallarta City Council.

Detours for Trucks Announced

Due to the closure, vehicles (including heavy trucks) approaching from the Mismaloya highway will be directed down Insurgentes before turning onto Venustiano Carranza (which will be temporarily two-way). They will then proceed up Aguacate to reconnect with Basilio Badillo.

Officials are advising motorists to be aware of the upcoming closure and to plan accordingly.

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