These are the 5 most insecure roads in Mexico

The Government of Mexico and the National Chamber of Cargo Autotransport (Canacar) have already detected the road sections with the highest incidence of crime, so take into account this information before you go on a trip.

Highway 150D from Mexico City to the Port of Veracruz

Highway 150D from Mexico City to the Port of Veracruz
Highway 150D from Mexico City to the Port of Veracruz

Highway 37D from Morelia to the Port of Lázaro Cárdenas, Michoacán

Highway 37D from Morelia to the Port of Lázaro Cárdenas, Michoacán
Highway 37D from Morelia to the Port of Lázaro Cárdenas, Michoacán

Highway 57D in its section Mexico City-Querétaro and Highway 45D in its continuation of the route Queretaro-Salamanca-Irapuato

Highway 57D in its section Mexico City-Querétaro and Highway 45D in its continuation of the route Queretaro-Salamanca-Irapuato
Highway 57D in its section Mexico City-Querétaro and Highway 45D in its continuation of the route Queretaro-Salamanca-Irapuato

Highway 95D in its stretch Mexico City-Cuernavaca-Chilpancingo

Highway 95D in its stretch Mexico City-Cuernavaca-Chilpancingo
Highway 95D in its stretch Mexico City-Cuernavaca-Chilpancingo

Highway 40D on its Monterrey-Reynosa section

Highway 40D on its Monterrey-Reynosa section
Highway 40D on its Monterrey-Reynosa section

Among the actions that the Government of Mexico will take to prevent thefts in these road sections are:

Set the "CODED PADLOCK" designed as a review tool to counter assaults.

Establish a Single Reporting Center for theft of cargo and passenger transport.

Start a program of Safe Paradores that have a Certification in Security Matter in order that the operators have safe places to pause and rest in their routes.

An agreement or work agreement for the Federal Police to have access to Video Surveillance Cameras in collection booths of the Permits and Operators of the Concession Toll Roads.

Coordination, exchange, and access to vehicle park registration databases to check the legal status of vehicles.

Exchange of Information with the C3, C4, and C5 of the states as well as the Prosecutor's Offices and Procurator Offices for the location of the free state and federal highway crossings that serve as easy access and where most of the assaults are made.

Have a safe trip.

Sources: Nacion 321 and Canacar Images: courtesy of Nacion 321 and Google Maps.

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