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- On Thursday February 24th, 2022
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According to Mexico City’s government, in 2022 the commitment on the construction of infrastructure works as a strategy to reactivate the country’s economy, will continue. The economy was damaged during the first year of the pandemic, for which it has scheduled the construction of 478 projects.
The investment required to carry them out is 26,217 million pesos, between the local and federal governments. In addition, vehicles for public transport will be purchased and hydraulic works are planned, so the figure during 2022 will sum up to more than 33,000 million pesos, reported Claudia Sheinbaum, head of the capital’s government.
Most of the works will focus on educational infrastructure, a branch in which Pilares is expected to be completed. By February, 20 of them are planned to be finished; within the first semester of the year 38 and by the end of 2022 another 17, that is, 55 in the year. Work will also be done at the Rosario Castellanos Institute of Higher Studies in Milpa Alta, with the adaptation of spaces on the second level and the remodeling of the Boxing School.
131 mobility works will be carried out, which include the maintenance of vehicular bridges, and the construction of a new one between the Gran Canal and Circuito Interior, which will have a dimension of five kilometers and will help connect the Felipe Ángeles International Airport.
Also, it is expected that by the second half of 2022 the tunnel connection from line 12 to Mixcoac to be done as well as the rehabilitation of the route and should be completed by the same time, with resources from Carso, a construction company.
So far the Elevated Trolleybus is 90.5% complete, so it is expected to be finished by June, with an investment of 736.6 million pesos this year, informed Jesús Antonio Esteva Medina, head of the Ministry of Works and Services.
When it comes to the health sector, the General Hospital of Cuajimalpa continues, hand in hand with the Secretary of National Defense, which is planned to end in May of this year.
Finally, the pedestrian connections of the Bosque de chapultepec, the Bodega Nacional de Artes and Oficios, and el Panteón Dolores continue. As well as the cablebus, which will have four stations that will go from Metro Constituyentes to the new Cineteca Nacional.