Take note. This Wednesday, September 15, the Government of Jalisco announced that although the celebrations for the Cry of Independence will be held without public, from 06:00 in the afternoon there will be road closures in different streets of the Center of Guadalajara.
The closings will take place at the intersections of Avenida Juárez; Pedro Loza; Independence; Beheaded; Hidalgo and González Ortega.
The Secretary of Transportation (Setran) reports the temporary modification of the course of some routes that pass through this area, from six in the afternoon until 12 at night.
The following public transport routes will change their routes: 52B – T14A-C05, 62 – C118, C137 Tetlán, C-138, 707, 710 Parques and Sitren L3 – 400.
The streets that will be used as a detour route for Mi Transporte are the following:
To the North: San Felipe and Juan Manuel. To the west: Contreras Medellín and Av. 8 de Julio. To the South: Francisco I. Madero and Prisciliano Sánchez. To the East: Calzada Independencia.
In the case of Sitren L3 – 400, its detour will start at Aquiles Serdán street and end in Mariano de la Bárcena on its outward route; while on the way back, it will start at Av. Federalismo and culminate at Av. República.
Authorities recall that within the framework of the health contingency against COVID-19, they invite all citizens of Guadalajara to celebrate through special television programming and government social media.
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