The project of the Mayan Train consists of providing transport services that will connect the main cities and tourist areas of Southeast of Mexico. The intentions of the project are: i) encourage social and economic development in the region and within local communities; ii) strengthen the tourism industry in Mexico; and iii) foster social inclusion and job generation.
The main components of the project are:
- Railway construction
- Supply of rolling stock
- Installation of signaling, communication and security systems
- Construction of stations
- Operation of passenger and cargo services
- "Basic Engineering for the Mayan Train" awarded to the consortium made up of Key Capital, in an agreement with Senermex Ingeniería y Sistemas, Daniferrotools and Geotecnia y Supervisión Técnica, for an amount offered of MXN $ 298,987,654.32.
- Section 1, Palenque-Escárcega, awarded to Mota-Engil México, in an agreement with China Communications Construction Company, Gavil Ingeniería, Eyasa and Grupo Cosh, for an amount offered of MXN $ 13,394,942,290.34.
- Section 2, Escárcega-Calkiní, awarded to the consortium made up of Operadora Cicsa and FCC Construcción, for an amount offered of MXN $ 15,994,602,016.24.
- Section 3, Calkiní-Izamal, awarded to the consortium made up of Construcciones Urales, Gami Ingeniería e Instalaciones and Azvi, for an amount offered of MXN $ 8,787,016,116.02.
- Section 4, Izamal-Cancún, awarded directly on September 21, 2020, to Grupo ICA because it maintains the concession of the 180D highway, through which the section will cross.
- Section 5 North, Cancun Airport-Puerto Morelos and Playa del Carmen, was awarded to the Secretary of National Defense.
- Section 5 South, Playa del Carmen-Tulum Airport, awarded to Grupo México, in conjunction with Acciona, for an amount offered of MXN $ 17,815,613,759.93.
- Section 6, Tulum-Bacalar, was awarded to the Secretary of National Defense.
- Section 7, Bacalar-Escárcega, was awarded to the Ministry of National Defense.