The Mijas Town Hall has completed the works for the creation of a new roundabout in front of Early Childhood and Primary Education Center (CEIP) Virgin of the Rockas well as those related to the comprehensive remodeling of Calle San Bernardo, some actions that have had a budget of 693,000 euros and an execution period of 4 months, as reported on Monday by the mayor of Infrastructures and Works, José Carlos Martín.

The councilor stressed that these infrastructures are now open to traffic and pedestrians, pointing out that “the new roundabout allows a rearrangement of traffic important in such an outstanding road in Las Lagunas as the Camino de Coín”.

Thus, he specified that “in his intersection with San Bernardo street the additions have always been dangerous, because it was necessary to maneuver and the visibility was not adequate. Now with this roundabout, all mobility is improved and road safety is provided to this area, which is also a transit area for minors since it has a school in the immediate vicinity.

Thus, the Infrastructures and Works area has promoted these works, which have consisted of a comprehensive remodeling of all services such as supply network, public lighting, telecommunications and electricity. “Without a doubt, of these pipes, the most important work in the subsoil is the separative network for stormwater and sewage that is going to be installed, which until now was unitary, and which will allow the water to be better evacuated in the event of rain” Martin pointed out.

The mayor has indicated that “in this area of ​​influence of the Mijas Water Park Over the last seven years, all kinds of large-scale actions have been carried out to prevent the historical floods that have been taking place in this great black spot in the city” to which he added that “for the department it is It was a great satisfaction to have been able to eradicate these serious flooding problems that these neighbors had”.

In the same way, the aesthetics of the road has changed because the new sidewalk that has been installed is in line with that of the rest of the municipal term, being the parchment pavement more functional and hygienic. “Another of the great advances that we achieved with this type of comprehensive remodeling in the city is to eradicate architectural barriers. With this work we have adapted the spaces for people with reduced mobility since any resident of Mijas has to be able to move around their town without obstacles”, concluded the first deputy mayor.

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