The Marbella Town Hall has renewed the physiognomy and has improved road safety in one of the main connecting arteries between Colonia de El Ángel and the Aloha area, an action that will benefit about 1,500 schoolchildren from the two existing schools in the area, as reported on Tuesday by the mayor, Ángeles Muñoz.
This has been highlighted by the councilor in a visit she has made to the works, which are being executed in a section of 300 linear meters and framed within the ‘conservation plan for housing estates and seafront promenades’.
The works benefit nearly 1,500 schoolchildren from the Aloha and Francisco Echamend schoolsi, pointed out Muñoz, who underlined that “we have even reduced deadlines going from the five months of completion initially planned to four”.
The mayor has highlighted that “it has been a major work, since we have carried out a comprehensive reform”, detailing that “the actions have included the Execution of a wider sidewalk of 690 square metersas well as a new median, lighting and the tree health that there was, maintaining the essence of Marbella and planting new species, but preventing some of the eucalyptus trees that were destroying the pavement from posing a danger to passers-by”.
The first mayor, who has been accompanied by the Councilor for Works, Diego López, and the director of the District of Nueva Andalucía, Cristóbal Garre, has stressed that “due to heavy traffic in the area, we have adopted extraordinary security measures, with which a speed reduction to 20 kilometers in this section”.
Muñoz has also pointed out that with the actions carried out “not only has responded to the demands of the educational communitybut also to that of the neighbors of El Angelmore than 900 families that use this road every day”.
For his part, the Councilor for Works has indicated that the actions have also entailed the creating a greener space with more than 700 square meters of lawn and has specified that in total in the area 1,200 units of bush plants have been planted2,600 flowers, a dozen trees, 15 jacarandas and 26 Washington palms in the median.