Tulum, Q.R. — The mayor of Tulum has unveiled new roadwork provided by private hotel investors that will allow better access to Akumal Bay.
Municipal president Víctor Mas Tah unveiled the repaving of the access road to the beaches of Bahía de Akumal, explaining that the funding for the paving was provided privately by those from the hotel sector with a cost of 1.5 million peso.
During the unveiling, Mas Tah noted that municipal authorities, businessmen and citizens can count on roads being in good condition.
“Tulum is moving forward. It has a lot of strength. There have been voices that have said that we are in a period of deterioration, but that is not true. The municipality is strong, good things are being done and the negative voices are only by a minimum group of people.
“We have made mistakes, but we are correcting them,” he stressed.
He also said that Tulum continues to advance and be a model of growth that has enormous potential for the coming years, therefore, he will work to continue to consolidate it as a model municipality at both state and national levels.
President of la Asociación de Hoteles de Tulum David Ortiz Mena, said that the repaving of the entrance road to Akumal Bay is the result of a collaborative effort between the productive sector and the public.
“This work is a clear record of our commitment to the social development of Akumal and Chemuyil. It is for the benefit of the inhabitants of the area and national and international visitors because we want a tourist destination worthy for the population,” he added.