In an effort to give visitors that come to Baja California the best possible service, information modules will be located at a new resting area in Baja California.
In a celebration that had business people and elected officials of Baja California, the celebration of an ambitious project was highlighted and what this project will bring to travelers.
A mix-use commercial resting area was inaugurated at the Laguna Salada where the state will have support modules for people that need help. Among the offices that will be located will be national guard, the office of tourism of Baja California, and Angeles Verdes.
There will also be a resting area for truck drivers who will be able to take a shower and sleep.
“These modules will bring more security for travelers and will improve the response time from public servants to the residents, said Rodolfo Valdez, administrator of FIARUM.
La Cuesta was an investment of Grupo Hispanica who built a resting place that includes a restaurant, gas station, and a store.
Baja California Tourism Secretary Oscar Escobedo said the importance of this project is to protect the travelers and be at their service when they need it.
“This is one of the many achievements we are having. The world is talking good things about Baja California and this is one of the reasons,” Escobedo said.