Mérida’s terrible airport transport service will get a new alternative to buses

The buses, with capacity for 80 passengers and space for luggage, will operate from 6:45 a.m. to 11 p.m.

During the first week of November, the new tourist transport route will officially start rolling, which includes from the airport of the city of Mérida, the hotel zonethe Historical CenterPaseo Montejo, and the first bus terminal, to line up again account at the terminal building.

After a month of testing, the Teen mobility company has everything ready to start next week with a prime service, designed for passengers who arrive in the city by air and need to travel to the heart of Mérida.

Last September, the company ADO launched the circuit in a pilot way and free for 30 days, to know the opinion of travelers and airport staff of this service, which made it possible to adjust the timetables, the points of the route, as well as critical hours. arriving passengers are accumulating at the terminal.

New transport route at Mérida airport

On his occasion, Eduardo Córdoba Balbuena, regional mobility manager of ADO, indicated that the service will be provided by Scania bus models, with capacity for 80 passengers, with 3 doors, air conditioning and a lifting ramp for people of different abilities, will have space for luggage and will operate from 6:45 a.m. to 11 p.m.

During the month of October, the company finalized the administrative details, the training of its personnel and the start-up conditions for the line, which will begin on November 1.

The state government, through Sefotur and Imdut agencies, conducted a survey of travelers to find out their opinions on the use, operation, timings and conditions of the service.

The trial service ran for 30 days with specific stops and a route that includes tourist points to the historic center of Mérida. This service will be of high quality and the price will be determined by the State Government and the Institute for Mobility and Urban Land Use Planning (Imdut).

Please note that prices are still to be determined.

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