Faucett Avenue will be closed for three years beginning this Monday, May 15. it was reported by Metro of Lima and Callao, This will be due to the construction of the PV1B ventilation shaft of the Line 4 branch. In this note, learn about the diversion plan for vehicles to reach Chalka Province.
How to get to Callao during the closure of Av. Tap?
Public transport, local cargo and private vehicles:
- I walk to Evie. Callao sings: Vehicles found on Av. Null, from Evie. Nestor Gambetta to The A.V. Canada, will be operational via auxiliary roads. It should be noted that the main road lane will be closed.
- The road to Nestor Gambetta: Driver Av. Will be able to take the subsidiary route. Tap for Average. Nestor Gambetta.
Personal Transport Vehicle:
- The road to Nestor Gambetta: Only private transport vehicles that come through the access of the av. May turn right onto Canta Callao av. Canada, follow the path to Second Street until you turn left to enter Pucara Street and then take Third Street. Eventually you will reach Evie’s assistant. Nestor Gambetta.
- The road to Nestor Gambetta: If you go by avi. Elmer Faucett, you can follow the way to the assistant and turn right onto av. Cusco, then turn left to enter Pucara Street, then continue along 2nd Street, followed by 3rd Street and finally the auxiliary A.V. Nestor Gambetta.
Which districts will Line 4 of the Lima Metro Link connect to?
Once Line 4 of the Lima Metro When put into operation, it will unite the districts of Ate to Bellavista via Gambetta, Fauset and Javier Prado avenues:
- Line 4 (Santa Anita-Bellavista): Santa Anita, Ate Vitarte, La Molina, Santiago de Cerco, San Borja, La Victoria, San Isidro, Jesús María, Pueblo Libre, San Miguel and Bellavista.
When will Line 4 of the Lima Metro be completed?
he then deputy transport ministerPaul Caguare confirmed in 2022 that Lines 3 and 4 of the Lima Metro would be ready within a period of five to six years.