Pajara City Council tenders for asphalting work in Cañada del Río and continues the plan to renew municipal roads
The Pajara City Council has put to tender the asphalting works in Cañada del Río with several works with an investment of 1.6 million euros, with the aim of following the commitment achieved in 2021 after a partial reception. Urbanization by Consistory.
The works are added to an ambitious asphalt plan worth 4.6 million euros and in this case, traffic conditions, safety and signage will be improved in more than 15 streets and areas of the Costa Calma.
The mayor of Pajara, Pedro Armas, highlights the importance of these works “given the volume of traffic in the area and the need to improve traffic and safety conditions, especially for families with dependents or minors in their care. has to eliminate significant sinkholes, fissures and cracks, degradation and significant loss of surface layer.
Pedro Armas highlighted that “this is the first time in decades that a plan of these characteristics has been promoted”.
work in detail
Streets to be resurfaced include Antreslas, Punta Pecebre, Valle de los Mosquitos, Valle de los Escobones, Avenida Hapag Lloyd, Playa de la Jaqueta, Calima, Avenida Jahn Raysen (section between numbers 1 and 11, both inclusive) ), will be Burngal. , Taburiente, Puerto de la Cebada, Cuchillo Tabaibejo Pedestrian, LTU, Barranco de las Damas and Terife. Similarly, new collectors will be installed on the streets of Puerto de la Cebada, Avenida Hapag Lloyd and Calima.
Asphalt will be pre-milled on some streets Closer to the curb to maintain the existing level and avoid flooding of footpaths during rainy season. In lanes not milled, the manhole cover and scupper grates shall be raised to the final level of the new layer of agglomerate. Existing pedestrian crossings will also be adapted to ensure access.
Action will also be taken at the points where drainage of these flowing water is possible to ensure drainage in case of rain. On the one hand, in elevated pedestrian crossings where there is no evacuation point, galvanized steel tubes will be placed next to the edge, allowing water to flow from one side of the road to the other. overpass.
Similarly, some overpasses will have scuppers located alongside water collection boxes, connected to newly designed collectors or green areas when possible. On each side of the street, a scupper will be installed next to the curb with a mailbox, which will be connected together and from there they will pour into green areas or a designed collector.