The Marbella Town Hall has started this week a series of horizontal and vertical signage works to improve the road safety around the new fairgrounds at night, which this year will be located in the area of Arroyo II, as reported on Wednesday by the mayor of Traffic and Transport, Enrique Rodríguez.
This has been highlighted by the councilor in a visit he has made to the works, where he has been accompanied by the staff of the Fiestas delegation, detailing that “these actions are part of the initiatives in council maintenance matter and they reflect that we are focused on offering the best possible Fair to our neighbors and visitors”.
Specifically, with a investment of 33,000 euros is “reinforcing the signaling in José Manuel Vallés, José Iturbi and Alfredo Palma streetswith works of repainting of more than 3,000 linear meters Along the way.
In addition, the municipal official has indicated that the repainting of “36 pedestrian crossings and 31 other road signs of the area, acting in more than 700 square meters of surface”, explained Rodriguez.
“The objective is to guarantee road safety in this environment, where we are also going to refurbish bus stops and we are going to move a taxi stop to encourage, in both cases, the use of public transport to access the fairgrounds”, he underlined.