Last updateFri, 17 Aug 2018 11am

Tonala brightens up its image

After two years of work, the municipality of Tonala has finally inaugurated the Paseo Peatonal Guardianes de la Reina (Guardians of the Queen Pedestrian Walkway) in the center of the famed Guadalajara crafts suburb.

Uber drivers up in arms over traffic department clampdown

Uber fares spiked this week after dozens of drivers removed their vehicles from the streets as the state Transportation Department (Semov) launched a crackdown on taxis flouting traffic regulations.

US consul general ready to take her leave

Tanya Anderson, the U.S. consul general in Guadalajara, has been making her farewells before taking leave of the city this week for pastures new.

Thieves target Gran Plaza mall

At least seven armed individuals raided the Fabricas de Francia department store in Guadalajara’s Gran Plaza earlier this week, breaking glass cases and making off with a haul of expensive watches and assorted jewelry.

Subway start-up on for October

During a visit to the city this week, Transportation and Communications (SCT) Secretary Gerardo Ruíz Esparza announced that sections of metro-area Guadalajara’s much anticipated third Tren Ligero (subway) line could be up and running as early as October.