Mexico key highway route opens to traffic
Mexico’s Guadalajara bypass is now open to traffic. The 111km route is in Jalisco State and cost close to US$451 million to construct. The highway is Mexico’s second most important bypass, after the bypass around capital Mexico City. Jalisco State has benefited from a series of major transport infrastructure projects worth a total of $2.82 billion. These projects have included building four highways the refurbishment of more than 70 roads and the construction of 250 road stretches and Guadalajara's light train Line 3.