Makeovers for a number of town centre roads

NEW LOOK: Almost €400,000 on road resurfacing projects. Photo credit: Ayuntamiento de San Vicente

THE MUNICIPALITY of San Vicente del Raspeig has allocated a substantial amount to improve several streets in the area.

A total of €390,000 has been budgeted to cover the asphalting and the general upgrading of a number of roads, plus the adaptation of a number of connecting roads that currently exist to take the weight of traffic from the main roads.  These are used by many of the local residents on a daily basis for their journeys to work and shopping trips, and the works are being carried out in response to a number of requests made to the authorities.

The roads that will see the most benefit from the investment are La Baiona Baja, Rabosar and the new road from Busot.

The town hall said that whilst the state of the roads is acceptable, they’ve suffered from an amount of wear and tear over a period of time due to their heavy use.  The new programme of work will fill in all the potholes and thus reduce the dangers of accidents and make the journey a more comfortable one.

The current top surface will be removed and after patching up the necessary areas, new asphalt will be laid and will see new road markings and signs.  This particular project will cost €153,000 and will take one month to complete.

They also approved the asphalting of several streets in the centre of San Vicente that include Petrer, Monforte, San Francisco, Hernán Cortés y Montoyos, and sections of Calles Bretón de los Herreros, Jijona, Ancha de Castelar, San Isidro, Gabriel Miró and Aviación.   The budget for these works comes to €237,000.

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