Nuevo Xcán, Quintana Roo — The National Fund for the Promotion of Tourism (Fonatur) has published several renders of the upcoming Nuevo Xcán Maya Train station.
The Quintana Roo station, which is the station before Cancun, has been designed with input from a special delegation from the Ejido. The architectural design of the station and the master plan of the sustainable community were designed according to the conditions of the area where the main elements are jungle and bioculture.
For this reason, the space will have a series of natural elements such as gardens and vegetation typical of the local biological wealth. The cobblestone pavement on the main road will be made of limestone, while the secondary roads and viewpoints will be made of sascab (a lime-gravel mixture). The retaining walls will be constructed of stone material.
After planning meetings and workshops with locals, the project was presented, which includes various services such as platforms, parking, a dining area, ecotourism hotel and mobility modules, among others.
The station will be constructed as the last stop on section 4 in the town of Nuevo Xcán, which is located due west of Cancun. It will be the first Maya Train station in the state of Quintana Roo followed by Cancun, Puerto Morelos, Playa del Carmen and Tulum.