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By: bajadock , 9:11 PM GMT on February 25, 2014
Bajadock: The proposed detour from Toll Road k77 @ Bajamar to Rancho Bonito(just south of the wine valley connector) on the Free Road is 12k(7 miles) in length. My map above is accurate on the Bajamar and Rancho Bonito points, but, the path is just my guess. Also, the end of this article mentions a "second stage of the project ... with the bypass link". By bypass link, are they talking about a connection to the Libramiento project, that bypasses Ensenada to the east? Looking forward to details. In the land of mañana, while we wait, the good news is that traffic on the Free Road has been flowing smoothly since the Dec 28 landslide on the Toll Road.
El Vigia, Ensenada, BC - While officials from the Ministry of Communications and Transport (SCT) ruled out opening a collapsed section adjacent to the Scenic Road to traffic light step, an alternative pathway itself is built from the area Jatay Rancho Bonito, whose would cost at least 50 million pesos, Wenceslao Martínez Santos said.
The president of the Business Coordinating Council of Ensenada (CCEE) said that in the meeting held in Mexico City with federal officials were told about the inability to enable a provisional, a 93 kilometer pass, because it has several fronts working and would not be suitable.
The priority for the SCT, as presented, is expediting the work to rebuild that section collapsed on 28 December.
However, Martinez said Santos, the SCT considered as a viable building Jatay path (on the freeway) at kilometer 87 of the free road Tijuana-Ensenada (Santa Rosa).
"We believe this new stretch of highway 12 kilometers, will trigger investments in the area where it connects to Rancho Bonito" he said.
CCEE President considered that once reopened to traffic Tijuana Ensenada Scenic Road, this new route will vent the Scenic Road, especially for heavy traffic does not have to go through San Miguel.
It also states that in the second stage of the project, he said, with the Bypass link.
Santos Martinez announced that next, when officials visiting the port SCT could provide details of the work.
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