The Estepona Town Hall has begun work on the fifth municipal asphalt planwith which it will act in fifty roads in the urban area and the suburbs and which has a budget of 1,174,128 euros, as reported by the Consistory on Thursday.
Thus, the first streets that are being paved are Sorolla, Zurbaran in the section between Salvador Dalí and Miró, Cid from Zurbarán to Híspalis, and from this to the Ibiza road, they have detailed.
The works, which are being carried out by the company Eiffage Infraestructuras SA, have a budget of 1,174,128 euros, in a performance that has an execution period of 2.5 months.
The conditioning works will continue next week on the Pilar Bardem roads (section of Andalucía avenue to Dámaso Alonso street), Valencia avenue (between Galicia and Portada), Cabrera and Formentera.
The rest of the streets that are part of the fifth municipal asphalt plan are Carlos Cano (section between Puerta del Mar avenue and Tres Banderas street), Santo Domingo de Guzmán, Tres Banderas, Huerta Nueva (between Puerta del Mar avenue to Luis Buñuel street), Celestino Prieto, Ceuta and Gregorio Marañón (from Melilla to Cristóbal Ruiz Méndez street), Delfín (between Carlos Cano to Melilla) , or the extension of San Lorenzo avenue (Pilar de Farinós section to San Fernando avenue).
Likewise, it will act in the intersection roundabout between the Juan Carlos I and José Martín Méndez roadsGraham Bell (José Martín Méndez-ITV section), Hermanos Machado (between Valle Inclán and Juan Blanco), Gabriel Celaya, Valle Inclán, Cuartel, Blasco Ibáñez, Isabel Simón, Vereda de los Frailes (from Libertad avenue to Camino de los Molinos), Santander, Avenida Libertad, Ciudad Real or Camino de Los Molinos (section between Avenida Segovia and Calle Calancha).
will also be undertaken Asphalting work on Avenida de ToledoCongreso street, Melilla (between Ceuta and Delfín), Mirlo, Águila, Perdiz, Benamara road (section from public access to the beach to Isla Verde street), and La Bahía, Murmullo and Amistad roads, as indicated by the Estepona City Council, noting that these areas may be expanded due to the needs of the project or as the works progress.