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Los Cabos Begins To shut Down In Preparation For Tropical Storm Javier

In the first few hours of Friday September 2nd local authorities reported that tropical storm Javier was located about 220 miles southwest of Los Cabos. The presence of the tropical storm is already causing strong winds, and consistent rain over the resort town. This has prompted authorities to ban smaller vessels from navigating in Cabo …

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Proposal Made To Remove Toll Fee For Busy Los Cabos Highway

The road that connects “both cabos”, Cabo San Lucas, and San Jose del Cabo features a hefty toll fee that some people have to pay on a daily basis. The Los Cabos region isn’t necessarily well connected due to the natural challenges that come with being on a bit of an isolated peninsula. With this …

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Los Cabos Will Spend 15 Million To Upgrade Roads And Public Spaces Amid Tourism Boom

Local Los Cabos authorities have recently announced that a 15 million dollar budget has been approved to work on a variety of roads and public space upgrades. According to Ramón Adrián Marín Cota who is in charge of municipal projects these upgrades are part of mayor Oscar Leggs’ campaign promise. In fact, the government will …

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Talks Underway To Modernize Cabo Roads And Highways

The Los Cabos region has seen a massive population growth in the last 20 years. Both foreign, and national migration to the area have seen the Los Cabos region grow from an area that housed under 100 thousand people in 2000. To a region that over 300 thousand people call home. That number, by the …

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