The Guardia Civil rescued a British lad as he dangled from a motorway bridge over the A-44 in the Albolote area.
The autovia leading down from Granada to the coast will now be known as the Autovía de Sierra Nevada-Costa Tropical, announced the Minister of Public Works, Ana Pastor.
The Central Government kept its promise and the Taramay-Guadalfeo opened on time on the 26th of June.
Here we are only just over a week away for the long-awaited A-7 inauguration and I’m going point out how nice the old roads are. No, I’ve not flipped my lid.
The long-awaited A-7 autovia connection between Taramay and Lobres will be inaugurated on the 26th or 27th of June.
The tailbacks on the N-340 and A-44 during the May-Day break were a reminder of how the summer traffic will probably be.
You know that it’s bad when the Guardia Civil Traffic Department recommends those returning from Almuñécar go vía Málaga to reach Granada, owing to the Rules Bridge hold ups.
According to the tourist sector of the Costa Tropical, quite a lot, which is why they want the A-44 rechristened to Autovia de la Costa Tropical.
Well, that’s one autovia promise that didn’t last long! The work on the A-44 over the Rules Reservoir now won’t be finished until February 2015.
It’s official that the work to fix the bridge over the Rules Reservoir won’t commence until the beginning of October. The end of September was originally contemplated.