The Golden Road is a national highway in Mexico, one of the largest in Latin America, connecting all the main towns along the northern border with the Gulf of California.
It connects Mexico City with the US, but it also connects the Gulf to Central America and the Pacific.
It has been built over two millennia, from the 12th century.
It is also one of Mexico’s most famous roads, but for decades, the roads were closed to all but the very rich.
The Mexican government began planning for the future of the Golden Road in 1996, but the plan never went into effect.
Today, most of the highway remains closed to the public.
The main challenge for the government is to find money to keep the road open.
The government needs the funds to maintain the highway and to fund a new bridge that would connect the Gulf and the countrys Pacific Ocean, but these funds have been cut off by the US Congress and the US president.
Now the government has set up a commission, called the “national road commission”, to review the situation and make recommendations.
“The commission will consider the state of the roads in the country and will be led by the Minister of Transportation, Miguel Angel Castro,” Miguel Castro, who is also the head of the National Road Commission, said in a statement on Wednesday.
The road has remained closed since 1996, with the government spending millions of pesos (US$1,100) a day to maintain it, according to the Mexican National Railway, which manages the road.
The commission will also be able to recommend the design of new bridges and roads, as well as pay for other infrastructure projects that are not funded by the government.
The countrys road network has been in a state of disrepair since the 1960s, when a series of disasters destroyed a number of roads.
In the 1980s, a series from 1989 to 1994 caused more than 60 deaths, according the Mexican Railway and Highway Authority (CILHA).
Mexico City has been a hub for drugs, violence and corruption, and has seen violent protests in recent years, which have become increasingly violent.
Since 2016, the country has been hit by two attacks, one by an axe and another by a man armed with a knife.
The latter attack, in October 2017, left 17 people dead.
A new government has taken power in Mexico in 2018, promising to address many of the problems the country’s road system has faced.
In a statement, the new government said the commission will focus on improving roads and bridges, especially in the Gulf.
“We will support projects that promote safety, security, and stability in the region,” the government said.
The Commission will report to President Enrique Peña Nieto, who will also chair the commission.
It will meet every two years.
The first of these meetings was held in June 2017, but a second meeting was held last month.
This time, the commissioners will have the opportunity to review a proposal from the government, according a statement from the commission, which also said that the government would also be responsible for ensuring the safety of the workers of the commission and the maintenance of the infrastructure.
“As of now, the government’s task is to ensure the safety and well-being of the people,” the statement said.
“Our job is to support the government in this task.”
The Golden Route in Mexico The Mexican Golden Road stretches for several thousand kilometres, from north to south, in the Andes and into the mountains.
The Golden route is the most traveled of all the major roads in Mexico.
Its main route passes through Mexico City, where the capital is located.
The route is named after a famous poet who died in the 1800s, and was named after his great-great-grandfather, who was the first official to cross the border from Peru.
The longest stretch of the route is between the cities of Monterrey and Ciudad Juarez, where it traverses mountains and the Rio Grande River.
The routes main crossing points are in the capital, Mexico City.
The entire stretch is covered in a network of roads, which is designed to transport goods between different parts of the country, and are often known as “the silk roads”.
The roads are built using a combination of stone, wood and other materials, with some sections constructed by hand.
A total of 27 roads pass through the country on this stretch of road, which has a length of some 700 kilometres (370 miles).
Some of the most popular routes include the Rio Pachuca and Rio Campeche routes, and some of the oldest ones are the Rio Verde and Rio Durango routes.
In 2016, President Peña Peña was inaugurated and inaugurated a series with an estimated length of about 10,000 kilometres (6,000 miles).
Mexico’s roads are not the only problem with the Golden Route, which are in need of rehabilitation.
In February 2017, Mexico’s president, Enrique Peñalosa