The works, which are executed at night to avoid traffic incidents, include literary citations of San Juan and Santa Teresa de la Cruz in the steps regulated by traffic lights near the Convent
The Autonomous Community, through the Directorate General of Roads, has started the renovation work of the horizontal signage in crossings of the urban center and districts.
The second phase of the project affects the Murcia highway, Maruja Garrido, Corredera, the Gregor Sánchez Romero Andenes avenue and the Granada highway, as well as the crossings of the rural population centers, where the painting is renewed in zebra crossings, pissed off and parking spaces.
The councilor responsible for the area of â€‹â€‹Citizen Security and Traffic, José Santiago Villa, has reported that it is an action demanded by the City Council itself to the Ministry of Development, which comes to complete the work that was carried out at the end of September in the main streets of the municipality, with municipal budget.
Therefore, "the plan for the renewal of horizontal signage has had two phases, one with regional funding and another local, and solves the problem existing in many streets with paint, in many cases virtually disappeared due to the passage of time and lack of maintenance, "said the councilman.
José Santiago Villa has added that "the state of many roads caused logical complaints from both pedestrians and drivers, since it was a road safety problem, so one of the first objectives of the government team was to address this need to through this crash plan that is now culminated. "
Following the line of the first phase of the horizontal signaling plan, the pedestrian crossings regulated by traffic lights of Maruja Garrido and Corredera will be accompanied by literary phrases linked to Caravaca de la Cruz.
In this case, because it is the popular neighborhood of Carmen and the area where the Convent of the Carmelite Fathers is located, quotes from San Juan and Santa Teresa de la Cruz have been selected, selected by the Carmelite community itself.
"We continue the initiative pioneered in the Gran Vía, which was very well received by the neighbors, and also adapts to the recommendations of the General Directorate of Traffic (DGT), changing its usual format for mobility issues sustainable".
The operators, in collaboration with the Local Police, are carrying out the work at night so as not to interrupt the traffic and cause the least possible inconvenience.
"So that the streets and crossings do not reach the state they were in this summer, this crash plan will be accompanied by periodic maintenance work by the municipal brigade," said the Councilor for Citizen Security and Traffic.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Caravaca de la Cruz