By Euro Weekly News Media • 22 February 2015 • 11:06
WORK could begin this year to improve the Arroyo de la Miel exit from the A7 motorway where queues exasperate drivers and commuters on a daily basis.
Benalmadena Council has approved a measure to hand land over to the Public Works Ministry and allow the project, which was allotted €2 million in the government’s 2015 budget, to begin as soon as possible.
Mayor Paloma Garcia Galvez said: “We want to end the problems and risks this black spot causes drivers. More than 15,000 vehicles pass through every day, and immediate action is needed.”
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It was about time! It is impossible to take this exit around 7 p.m. when people usually finish work. It is unbelievable that we still have 1 lane for 30.000 inhabitants.As a Benalmadena resident I wonder why they didn’t do it before.
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