Mexico holidays 'rejuvenated' - 30 Jul 2007
In good news for fans of holidays in Mexico, the Mayor of the country's capital is reportedly planning a groundbreaking regeneration.
Mayor Marcelo Ebrard intends to implement a number of exciting initiatives to make the South American hotspot even more exciting for travellers, according to the Associated Press.
Among the schemes already implemented by the political figure are pedestrian friendly traffic regulations, urban beaches at public swimming pools and bicycle Sundays, where cyclists enjoy the freedom of the city.
"For us, it's important to continue promoting healthy living and that means taking back public spaces to create a safe, better city," Mayor Ebrard told the publication.
Described as "a wild success" by the report, people planning holidays in Mexico should be able to look forward to a rejuvenated city.
It recently emerged that the city is to be the site for a new skyscraper development that will become Latin America's tallest building.
Designed by Rem Koolhaas, the structure is planned to be 300 metres tall.
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