The reopening of the Scenic Road Tijuana Ensenada, enable economic recovery, commodity exchange and flow of tourism by a safe route, considered the Governor Francisco Vega de Lamadrid.
During the reopening of the highway, the president of Baja California applauded the commitment by the SCT, reviewing options for searching compensate the damages that had Ensenada with the collapse of the road.
Gerardo Ruiz Esparza said "must be submitted as a proposal before the Banobras, a body which has funded work to reopen the Scenic Road.
The federal official stressed that the matter was moved to restore the stretch of 300 meters, collapsed last December 28, equivalent to 400 Olympic swimming pools.
He explained that took place drilling and cast 250 thousand inclusions to give consistency to the floor, building a dome over 80 meters long and six meters high, to dislodge runoff.
This, he added, besides coverings drains and surface waters driving and drilling two wells to capture and evacuate the flow of groundwater.
The CEO of Federal Roads and Bridges (Capufe), Benito Neme Sastré, considered the work of Mexican engineers in this work speaks of professionalism: to restore the embankment was necessary to move around a million cubic meters of material.
Governor Francisco Vega de Lamadrid, announced that his government will maintain a common agenda with officials of the Secretariat of Communications and Transportation (SCT), to follow up on strategic projects that are promoted jointly.
He also reiterated the railway construction Ensenada-Tecate, expanding the port of El Sauzal, the Otay Mesa East Port of Entry and airport passenger and cargo Ensenada, however, chose not to give dates, locations, and details.
Vega de Lamadrid said follow-up to these projects, the next January on a desk between both instances.