Costa Maya, Q.R. — A new tourism route along Costa Maya has been launched by state officials. On Friday, an ADO bus that will carry passengers along the Cozumel-Chetumal highway was unveiled.
The new ADO route, which has been generated to promote local tourism and strengthen the North-South tourist corridor, will run the communities of Othón P. Blanco, Tulum and Cozumel.
The launch was supported by the National Association of Tourist Municipalities and chaired by Cozumel mayor Pedro Joaquín Delbouis.
“Quintana Roo has once again shown its vocation towards tourism. Its tourist strength, which I am sure with programs like the one we are implementing hand in hand with Mobility ADO, will be able to continue supporting the tourism growth that is needed so much (…) for the reactivation of jobs for Mexicans,” said Pedro Joaquín Delbouis.
“I know of the enormous tourist potential of this region and I also know of the importance of integrating and triggering the tourist activity of Othón P. Blanco, in southern Quintana Roo, hand in hand with two sister municipalities that have been quite successful in their development, Tulum and Cozumel.
“On behalf of the governor, I want to express my congratulations on the task that they have been developing,” said the Secretary of the Government, Arturo Contreras Castillo.
The general manager of Mobility ADO, Julio García Flores, explained that the unit that will circulate along the Cancun-Chetumal route, will run with graphic elements that promote Cozumel, Tulum and Chetumal.