Querétaro highways continue flooded with intense traffic backups

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Mexico-Querétaro highway underwater yesterday and causing long backups.

At dawn on Monday, the Jorobas dam overflowed in the municipality of Huehuetoca and the waters flooded lanes of said highway.

Caminos y Puentes Federales (Capufe) reported that there is a reduction of lanes in both directions on the México-Querétaro highway at kilometer 56 and access to the Circuito Exterior Mexiquense continues to be closed due to flooding in the area.

The vehicular load is intense, which has caused complaints from users of the expressways, ” almost impossible to get to Mexico from Querétaro, traffic from Tepeji to Jorobas, ” said a motorist on social networks.

In the municipality of Tepotzotlán, the local government reported that the Concepción Dam is at standard levels and does not present any risk to the population.

He indicated that the Municipal Coordination of Civil Protection, C4, the Directorate of Drinking Water and Conagua is monitoring 24 hours a day.

Overflow of the El Pueblito River affects Querétaro-Celaya

The SCT implemented various actions to address the effects on the Highway Network to restore vehicular circulation

After the heavy rains in Querétaro, the Ministry of Communications and Transportation (SCT) implemented various actions to address the effects on the toll-free Highway Network, where the El Pueblito River is located.

Due to the overflow of this river, in the municipality of Corregidora, the Querétaro-Celaya highway, operated by Caminos y Puentes Federales (CAPUFE), was affected.

This incident obstructs the loop of incorporation to the South West Bypass of Querétaro towards the metropolitan area, located at kilometer 8, body B, which makes it difficult to incorporate traffic.

For this reason, SCT personnel carry out tours to locate the points where incidents have occurred, in order to restore vehicular circulation.

It should be noted that another of the affected sites that is part of the Network is the Tula River, in the state of Hidalgo, where operations are also carried out for any contingency.

Source: milenio.com, diariodequeretaro.com.mx

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