Mazatlán Bypass Mazatlán Bypass Road Ready for Traffic Posted by Maureen Dietrich The Mazatlan Messenger In the next few days the Libramiento Mazatlán will be open to traffic after three years of construction. Delegate for the Secretary of Communications and Transport (SCT) in central Sinaloa, Héctor Raúl García Fox, confirmed yesterday that the 31 kilometer bypass highway is ready to be inaugurated. The four lane highway begins at the junction with the Culiacán-Mazatlán autopista and ends at the junction with Caleritas de Villa Unión, reducing the distance between the points by 30 minutes for drivers wishing to circumvent the city. Following a meeting with members of the national business chamber to discuss development projects in 2014 and plans for 2015, García Fox stated yet to be are two branch roads from the Libramiento, one to the Mazatlán international airport and a second to cross Av. Juan Pablo II, each 3.5 kilometers in length.