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[*] posted on 5-2-2021 at 02:23 PM

this is old but I was on the bypass a few times this week. wide open, nice and easy driving. lots of people walking and biking on it for exercise. was much nicer drive dropping into the center of town than the old highway honestly. might've been close in time with the stops and traffic but much easier and less trouble.
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[*] posted on 5-2-2021 at 03:29 PM

Driving south on Hwy 3 approaching El Suazal I have seen the bypass, nice wide road signed "Ojos Negros". However, getting to Ojos Negros after the bypass connects with Hwy 3 will still involve a narrow, twisty grade up into the mountains.

I guess the bypass might help people in eastern Ensenada who are traveling north, by avoiding the main coastal route when it is shut down for the bike race or mardi gras or whatever.

Not much traffic on Hwy 3 east of Ojos Negros, case in point, has anyone driven past Km 54 / 55 recently on Hwy 3 east of Ojos Negros to see if the main road to Laguna Hanson has a gate across it, as was reported?

It might be that Hwy 3 up the grade to Ojos Negros will eventually be improved, to access a proposed international airport in the Ojos Negros Valley. That might be the end game here.
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