You’re going to have fun in Salobreña this week because most of the roads in the north & centre of the town will be receiving a new tarmac surface!
Yes, 250,000 euros have been assigned to this roadwork task, which will be divided into two stages.
The Mayor, María Eugenia Rufino, visited the work going on along Calle Juzgado, which was lacking a pedestrian pavement – not any longer, because this project also includes laying 1,200 sq/m of pavements. In the case of the aforementioned street, they’re also getting a play park.
The stage-one work started on Calle Fuente C and will continue through the north of town up to the Calle Antonio Machado/Calle Cristo crossroads. In fact, Calle Antonio Machado is going to be widened by a metre and a half.
Stage two, which begins next week, lasting approximately a month, will see the resurfacing of the Pontanilla area of town.
When it is all finished, there will be 20,000 sq/m of new tarmac sitting on Salobreña’s grateful streets.
(News: Salobrena, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)