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Mayor of Ensenada asks for Scenic Highway to be repaired
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En reunión con el delegado de la Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes (SCT), Alfonso Padrés Pesqueira, el alcalde Gilberto Antonio Hirata Chico hizo una solicitud para que la SCT haga las gestiones pertinentes para que se repare la carretera Escénica Ensenada-Tijuana.

El presidente municipal reconoció que dichos trabajos son responsabilidad de Caminos y Puentes Federales (Capufe), no obstante, pidió que la SCT intervenga especialmente para que se mejore la zona dañada por desplazamientos, a la altura del kilómetro 93.


http://www.ensenada.net/noticias/nota.php?id=32492

In a meeting with the representative of the Ministry of Communications and Transportation (SCT), Alfonso Padrés Pesqueira, the mayor of Ensenada, Gilberto Antonio Hirata Chico, asked the SCT to make the efforts to repair the Scenic Highway between Tijuana and Ensenada.

The mayor recognized that such work is the responsibility of the Federal Highways and Bridges Department, but not withstanding that, he asked SCT to intervene to help improve the area damaged by landslides at kilometer 93.
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ENSENADA.- La carretera Escénica registra este día cuatro nuevos hundimientos, uno de más de 60 centímetros, en ambos sentidos de la vialidad.

Los desperfectos han ocasionado grandes filas de automóviles, sobre todo de Ensenada hacia Tijuana, a la altura del kilómetro 93.

Reportan espera hasta de media hora para poder cruzar dicho tramo, toda vez que solamente uno de los dos carriles, el de baja velocidad (derecho), ha sido habilitado para el cruce.

Los hundimientos en los dos carriles de Tijuana hacia Ensenada ya han sido reparados, pero en el sentido contrario aún continuan trabajando.

Las quejas de los conductores no se han hecho esperar, sobre todo porque nadie les avisa el estado de la vialidad, pero tienen que pagar su peaje completo, pese a los retrasos que esto genera.


http://www.el-mexicano.com.mx/informacio...o-de-60-cm

ENSENADA.- The Scenic Highway had four new collapses today, one is more than two feet, in both directions of the road.

The damages have caused large lines of automobiles, above all from Ensenada to Tijuana, at kilometer 93.

It has been reported there is a wait of one half hour to cross the stretch that sank, as only one of the two lanes, the slow speed lane, has been repaired to cross.

The collapse of the two lanes towards Tijuana from Ensenada has been repaired, but in the opposite direction work is still going on.

The complaints from drivers are unending, above all because there was no warning of the state of the highway, but they still have to pay to complete toll, in spite of the delays which have been generated.
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Think they can "fix" the geology of the area ... just asking ... Popcorn
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This is the toll road. Why would drivers think the tolls are being used for road maintenance? It does cover road hazrd damage to your car if you stop and report it at the exit booth.
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The collapses on the Scenic Highway got worse and the government is analyzing a total or partial closure of the highway for repairs.

http://www.elvigia.net/general/2013/12/2...45383.html
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The latest report is that the entire Scenic Highway collapsed at 2AM last night and dropped some 40 meters (130 feet) and the road is closed in both directions at La Misión. They report that to get to Tijuana from Ensenada, one has to use the free road.

http://www.frontera.info/EdicionEnLinea/...enada.html

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130 feet, is that bad ...
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(12-28-2013, 01:28 PM)wessongroup Wrote: 130 feet, is that bad ...

They are going to have to cut a whole new roadbed farther up the mountain away from the fault. That could take years, in Mexico time.

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Can't imagine what the traffic on the old road ... will be like .. would imagine the street vendors will be picking up in La Mision ....
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