Paso Cristo Redentor: who will be able to circulate as of this Friday, July 7

As of this Friday, July 7, the circulation of light and heavy vehicles of up to 45 tons will be allowed through the Christ the Redeemer International Pass. After the closure of the pass on June 21 due to damage caused by a storm on the asphalt on the Argentine side, the Chilean authorities have provided details about the opening and the restrictions that will be applied.

The Regional Ministerial Secretary of Public Works of the Valparaíso Region, Yanino Riquelme González, reaffirmed that on Friday, July 7, a lane will be enabled with some restrictions for circular, as previously announced. Route 60, which connects both countries on the Chilean side, suffered heavy damage, including sinkholes caused by the river in some sectors and damage to the road due to large stones near the curves of the Caracol.

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