Until September 30, the area from the Carretera del Litoral direction to San Romero Airport will be restricted – Diario La Página

Public Works Minister Romeo Rodríguez, together with Road Safety Fund (FOVIAL) Director Alex Beltran, oversaw the commencement of rehabilitation works on the Comalaba Highway between the Littoral Highway and the Comalaba International Airport. Salvador “San Oscar Arnulfo Romero y Caltamez”.

“Today, we have begun the reconstruction of approximately three kilometers of highway (…) In these four years of the government of President Bukhel, we have worked on public works, this is the first economic stimulus of 10, the connection has been improved. and jobs are created directly and indirectly”, Maintained by Rodríguez Herrera.

Project works will consist of asphalt layer specification, patching and hot mix asphalt placement. In addition, horizontal signalling, delineating routes in three linear kilometers. Today, asphalt layer profiling and patching operations were carried out.

Till September 30, only one lane will be accessible in the area. The works will be carried out from 8:30 AM to 7:00 PM in order to accommodate the traffic congestion towards the airport, so as not to affect drivers passing through the area.

“We are going to leave the reconstructed road. We are on a special use highway and we have more than 15,000 vehicles plying a day. Also, we have an income of 1.7 million tourists a year, so it is important that the roads are in good condition. Beltran said.

“One of the most important pillars for the administration of President Nayeb Bukele is the improvement, maintenance, patching, rehabilitation of the country’s highways, the expansion of these spaces and new road infrastructure projects that allow the safe movement of Salvadorans,” he said. An official statement.

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