BC CONTRIBUTES TO THE STRENGTHENING OF TOURISM WITH THE IMPROVEMENT OF PUBLIC SPACES

In Tecate, 80 luminaires with ornamental poles were placed on Juarez Avenue, in the center of the city of Tecate

Rehabilitating the public spaces that pay for the modernization and beautification of the tourist attractions of the state, is part of the strategies promoted by the State Administration headed by Governor Francisco Vega de Lamadrid, as is the case of the installation of 80 luminaires that recently they were installed in its entirety on Avenida Juárez in Tecate, and it was a joint effort between the State Secretariat of Tourism (SECTURE) and State Infrastructure and Urban Development (SIDUE).

In this sense, the Secretary of Tourism in Baja California, Oscar Escobedo Carignan, announced that these luminaries with ornamental poles have a triple function: to improve the nocturnal conditions of vehicular traffic and for bicycles, to promote safe spaces and respect for pedestrians by facilitating its journey through the first square of the city, as well as strengthening the perception of security by having a more illuminated city center.