The Ministry of Rural Affairs presented the charges in the ministry’s draft, which claimed that the links of La Lloral, La Florida and Ciudad Naranco should be built at level to minimize the impact on the Camino de Santiago and the urban fabric. Not with elevated roads.
The regional government has asked the Ministry of Transport to modify the Ronda Norte project as it passes through San Claudio. The Ministry of Rural Environment and Territorial Cohesion has requested that the road’s impact on the urban fabric be minimized, and has specifically proposed that the elevated accesses of La Loral, La Florida and Ciudad Naranco be replaced with level crossings. Go In all three cases, the draft outlines intersections with two roundabouts and an overpass, known as a ‘diamond link’. The request, prepared during the period of accruals in the technical report of the General Directorate of Road and Port Infrastructure, aims to reduce the impact of infrastructure on the route of the Camino de Santiago in La Florida, as well as in the area of La Cruz, In San Claudio, as reported by the regional government to the parliamentary group of Podemos with two letters from Rural Affairs Minister Alejandro Calvo and Culture Minister Berta Pian. Culture accepts the influence on Naranco and the pre-Romanesque monuments of San Miguel de Lillo and Santa María del Naranco as acceptable, although it proposes special vigilance, pre-authorization and supervision of the heritage during the works and the extension of the tunnel. In the Ciudad area Naranco.
The design chosen by the ministry would directly connect San Claudio to the A-63 motorway, and cross the San Claudio stream and railway with a 232-metre viaduct, the latter running to La Loral on land normally classified for road use. plan. In total, this option is 8.3 kilometers long and passes through the area of San Lázaro de Paníceres and Vilamar, near the route of the Camino de Santiago.
A project that splits the PSOE and the left rejects because of its implications
The North Round, promised for decades, has the most rejection from the left, and splits the PSOE, with the president of ‘Manos por el Naranco’, Carlos Fernández Llaneja, winning the primaries of the Oviedo socialists. PSOE and Somos Oviedo both believe that the highway’s impact on Naranco is unsustainable, and propose alternatives, among them a connection of San Claudio with the A-63 and a link from La Pixarra to the west, such as La Florida with a motorway network on the A-63 to connect the neighborhood. Podemos submitted an amendment to the regional budget to study this option, a proposal that was rejected.