Last updateTue, 24 Apr 2018 5pm

Training to begin for electric calandria drivers

Calandrias, horse-drawn carriages in Guadalajara’s centro historico, already a thing of the past in the sense of being a tradition harkening back to a distant time of corsets, pistol duels and wigs, will in a very real sense shortly be a thing of the past as they are phased out in favor of animal-less facsimiles propelled forward by the modern magic of electricity.

Heavy-load trucks to be restricted on GDL arterial

In order to minimize the amount of heavy-load semi trucks circulating in the Guadalajara metro area and mucking up its traffic, the Jalisco Transportation Department (Semov) plans to limit these vehicles’ use of Avenida Lopez Mateos, where they will be prohibited entry from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. starting February.

Cold weather charity

If you are wondering why clothes are hanging on pegs dotted around the city, don’t be puzzled. 

Gigantic culinary emporium planned for Andares Mall

One of the metropolitan area’s most chic mall complexes, the Centro Comerical Andares in Zapopan, continues to metastasis at an alarming rate, with 60 million pesos budgeted for expansion this year.