Mazatlan, Sinaloa .- It will be next Tuesday, December 17, when the starting flag is to reshape Rafael Buelna Avenue.
After having had some delays due to study issues by the Municipal Board of Drinking Water and Sewerage of Mazatlan, a green light has already been given to start some improvement work on that avenue, so he said to Juan de Informative Reaction God Garay Velázquez, director of Municipal Public Works.
Garay Velázquez said he has no knowledge of the logistics of the work, but said that the ideal would be to divide the work into two parts, that is to say, La Marina Avenue towards Valentinos and La Marina Avenue towards ICO, or board the lane right, that goes from that school to the boardwalk area, and then do the same with the left side, said the official that the latter would be the most suitable.
Garay Velázquez pointed out that this road has not been an avenue as such since it has many limitations since it does not have sidewalks and in some areas the parking lots are chaotic, that is why this intervention was necessary.
“This important avenue, has not been as such, has many limitations”
He also commented that the alternative routes, by logic, would be Avenida Marina and Colón, which at the time Municipal Transit will make known to citizens. That is why it will be sought that the work is ready in three months.
Source: reaccion informativa
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