Traffic issues tackled in Almeria

DISCUSSION: Mayor of Almeria, Ramon Fernandez Pacheco. Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons

THE Mayors of Almería, Ramón Fernández-Pacheco, and Huércal de Almeria, Ismael Torres, have held a meeting to discuss traffic issues between their two neighbouring municipalities.

Key topics discussed between were issues related to pedestrian traffic and road traffic between the two locations.

The conclusions were to reorganise the intense flow of vehicles that circulate every day between Huércal de Almería and the capital to improve the quality of life of commuting citizens.

Both Fernández-Pacheco and Torres have agreed to continue studying possibilities for improving connectivity between two municipalities that are so close to each other and that unite many circumstances, and have agreed to further meetings.

Mr Torres proposed that the Huercalense City Council will carry out additional roadworks at the roundabout of the Cepa to the limit with the capital city which will entail the construction of sidewalks between both locations, including the possibility of connecting bicycle lanes between the capitals with that of Huércal de Almería.

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