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Street closures announced for Wednesday’s Paseo de las Ánimas

Wednesday's Paseo de las Ánimas, which in recent years attracted tens of thousands of participants, requires several road closures hours before the procession begins.

U.S. automaker teaches safety skills to young drivers in Mérida

A U.S. automaker's safe-driving program has criss-crossed Mexico, teaching young people about common hazards and how to overcome them.

Gas prices lowest since that big price hike in January

Drivers started out Wednesday with the lowest prices in fuel since prices spiked back in January.

Streets narrowed, traffic slowed around the convention center

Drivers won't zip past the new convention center the way they may have become accustomed.

Pedestrians a priority for new Altabrisa traffic lights

New, modern traffic lights are coming to areas that need them most, said Gerardo Ojeda Sosa, head of Transit Engineering at the state's Public Security Secretariat (SSP).

Half of all Centro accidents attributed to cellphones

Drivers on cellphones are causing half the car accidents in the Centro, police say.

Car advice for expats in Yucatán, from an English-speaking expert

The owner of a local SpeeDee auto service center franchise in Col. Mexico talks to us about the challenge of owning a car here. And yes, we found a mechanic who speaks fluent English.

Quicker route to Celestún to be open by March

By as early as March next year, the road journey from Mérida west to Celestún will be as easy as a trip north to the busy expat enclaves that surround Progreso.

Police gear up for New Year’s revelry

Police in Mérida warn that they will be monitoring drivers tonight.

New toll road brings Caribbean closer

From Mérida, drivers can get to Playa del Carmen in two hours and 50 minutes, So is the transpeninsular train even worth the investment?