The Marbella City Council has begun work to improve road safety in the Juan Alameda street up to Padre Espinosa, in the Miraflores neighborhood, with the rearrangement of the steelwork. The Councilor for Works, Diego López, explained that the proceedings have been underway for a week and have an execution period of two months. “We are in an area where there have been traffic incidents for a long time because of the narrowness of the road, causing traffic jams and even reaching between vehicles, in addition to making cleaning and waste collection tasks difficult due to the complexity of access by the delegation’s trucks ”, he pointed out.
“Another problem in the area was the lack of parking, without forgetting the issue of road safety,” said the mayor, who has specified that to solve these situations a series of actions are being carried out to the rearrangement of the sidewalks, the creation of 26 spaces for motorcycles and 7 more for cars.
Work is also being done on public lighting, as well as on the pavement and accessibility for people with reduced mobility. “In this way, we are providing solutions to our neighbors in different areas and creating new car parks, which will come very good for both residents and businesses, “said López, who stressed that” the work is framed within the Economic Reactivation Plan for SMEs, collaborating in this case with the local company Geprosur ”.
“The works in this area will not remain in those that are currently being executed since there are projects to continue improving these roads,” he concluded.