The Marbella City Council has started a work plan for the renovation of horizontal signage with the purpose of improving and reinforcing mobility and road safety in the municipal area. The councilor for the branch, Enrique Rodríguez, explained that said action “will be carried out during the months of November and December and, preferably, at night to cause the least possible inconvenience to traffic and neighbors and to be able to obtain, in addition, the highest possible performance ”.

He also highlighted that this plan has an initial budget of 2021 for about 300,000 euros and has detailed that the first actions will be carried out in the districts and have been selected for their state of conservation, as well as for their levels of traffic and demand ”.

In this sense, it has indicated that “it will intervene in the maintenance and improvement of the signaling of the N-340 beacon, from the east connection from the Arco de Marbella to the west through Puerto Banús as the main road of the municipality ”.

In addition, work will be carried out in Puerto Banús, Los Girasoles and Miguel de Cervantes avenues in Nueva Andalucía, and Las Cumbres avenues, in Las Chapas. In the case of San Pedro, work will begin in the Nueva Alcántara area. “The actions will take place simultaneously in various parts of the city, with up to 6 paint teams available that will go through the various areas and districts of the city”, has specified the mayor. On the other hand, Rodríguez has pointed out that these works are coordinated by the Traffic delegation and the San Pedro District and has specified that the materials that are going to be used in the manufacture of road markings will be both in double-component paint, plastics for application. cold and manual on pedestrian crossings and road markings, as well as glass microspheres according to the needs of the sections and type of circulation in each area. “The longitudinal lines will be made with hot thermoplastic paint with the application of specialized machinery”, he concluded.

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