Mexico

Huauchinango Tunnel, Part of the Nuevo Necaxa-Tihuatlan Highway

The Nuevo Necaxa-Tihuatlan highway in Mexico covers a distance of 85 km through the states of Puebla and Veracruz. It was built by Connet, a joint venture of FCC Construcción (Spain) and the Mexican Company ICA, and is part of the 283 km Mexico-Tuxpan corridor which is the main highway between Mexico City in the interior and the Gulf of Mexico. The Necaxa-Tihuatlan stretch was officially opened in September 2014 by the President of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto, and is now the shortest route between Mexico City and the Gulf coast. Mexico City is the single most important economic area within...

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