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Governor Francisco inaugurates Cabeza de Vaca pavements in Tampico.



16 July 2021

Tampico, Tamaulipas. - Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, carried out a work tour through the south of the state, where he inaugurated roads built with hydraulic concrete, public lighting, garrisons and sidewalks in various sectors of the northern area of ​​Tampico, fulfilling the commitment to the families of these neighborhoods who had a lag of more than 50 years, in terms of public works.

“Here, in Tampico, following up on one of the commitments we made with the families of Tampico, not only improving the environment and quality of life with important projects; but also a commitment that we had made to pave the streets of neighborhoods that was more than 50 years old, of many unfulfilled commitments of governments that passed and returned and where families needed this kind of infrastructure work to be done, especially circuits like the one that we are inaugurating today ”said the Governor, accompanied by Mayor Jesús Nader Nasrallah.

The president highlighted the coordinating work of the State Government and the Tampico City Council, to continue promoting the south of Tamaulipas and especially to improve the living conditions of Tampico families, Given the commercial and industrial growth with the construction of the new TAM-Bajío highway, which will connect the south of Tamaulipas with the states of San Luis Potosí, Aguascalientes, Querétaro and Guanajuato.

During the administration of Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, the Government of Tamaulipas, has allocated little more than 8 thousand 121 million pesos for the rehabilitation of paving, public lighting, garrisons and sidewalks in the 43 municipalities of the entity.

So far this year, around 1 million pesos have been earmarked for this program throughout the state.

The governor Cabeza de Vaca He arrived at the José López Portillo neighborhood, where he inaugurated Constitución Street, between Lázaro Cárdenas Avenue and Salvador Allende. The works consisted of hydraulic paving, replacement of the hydrosanitary network (household intakes and sanitary discharges).

Later, he went to the Solidaridad, Voluntad y Trabajo neighborhood, known as La Borreguera. There, together with the neighbors of the Haití street, the president inaugurated the street totally paved with concrete.

Later, he went to the Nuevo Progreso neighborhood, where he inaugurated the Lázaro Cárdenas street circuit, roads to continue changing the urban face of the municipalities.

Previously the Governor, Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, held a meeting with the State Coordination Group for the Construction of Peace, at the facilities of the 1st Naval Zone in Ciudad Madero.

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