They continued to alternate steps on the road to Llano because of the heavy rain that hit the area in the past hours. The authorities took this preventive measure to guarantee the safety of drivers and avoid possible accidents, as reported by Coviandina.
In the morning hours of this Monday, they reported that an evacuation of damaged vehicles began in the Bogotá-Villavicencio corridor. However, from Coviandina they asked to drive carefully because the road has been fully opened.
“At this time the authorities will be able to pass the vehicle through the K83 + 200 direction of Villavicencio-Bogotá, traveling with caution and attention to the recommendations of the Traffic and Transportation Police.
Despite this, the exit through the south of Bogotá collapsed due to the closure that lasted until this morning in that section. On Boyacá Avenue at the top of South 72nd Street in the Yomasa sector are dams of vehicles, some with heavy loads awaiting notification from the authorities.
Movement in this sector is complicated, as there are many drivers waiting to advance in this part of the city. Some pedestrians and motorcyclists use the road separator to reach their destination.
The authorities urgently call on drivers and travelers to travel with extra caution along the Vía al Llano and to consider this preventive closure in their travel planning. Drivers are advised to stay informed through official sources for updates on the reopening of this road corridor.