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    Villahermosa Bypass

    The highway, with a total length of 5.5 km, will contribute to facilitating traffic flow between the centre of the country and the Yucatan Peninsula.

    Located in the state of Tabasco, the Villahermosa Bypass was completed in 24 months, and was executed in the sections separating from the El Castano, and through Villahermosa.

    Different junctions were built, including Loma de Caballo, as well as the Reloj and Aguacero Bridges. The work helps to reduce traffic congestion in the urban area of the city of Villahermosa, diverting vehicle traffic, and connects the centre and the south of the country.

    General Information

    Location
    Villahermosa, Tabasco (Mexico)
    Contract type
    Construction
    Infrastructure
    Construction of dirt roads, drainage works, structures, asphalt wearing course, ancillary works, and horizontal and vertical signage, in two separate 10.50-m wide units; includes the Loma de Caballo Junction, as well as the Reloj and Aguacero Bridges
    Year of project completion
    2013

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