€186,100 for Mijas road safety

MIJAS Council has announced it is completing road works throughout the town as part of a €186,100 plan to improve road safety.

The council has said it will spend €186,000 on road safety in Mijas.
Councillor of Operational Services, Jose Carlos Martin, said that the funding is part of a plan to spend €744,396 on improving safety over the next four years.
Works are now complete to Doña Ermita, Camino de Coin, Paseo Costa del Sol, Avenida Indira Gandhi, Avenida Miguel Hernandez, Poligono San Rafael, Rotonda Victimas del Terrorismo, Calle Virgen de la Cabeza and Calle Rio Guaro.
The councillor said: “Road safety is essential for us in all areas. Undoubtedly, the work of conditioning and maintenance of this department as well as other work carried out from Infrastructure and Works in the field of connections, roads and highways, would not have its full effectiveness without this essential service to safeguard the integrity of users through the signalling.”
The council has said it will next carry out works to calles Jazmin and Viñas out in the La Sierrezuela Urbanization, as well as to the zebra crossings in La Cala Golf.
Councillor Martin said: “We work for the safety of our residents… Smart pedestrian crossings with LED lights, those dedicated to people with autism spectrum with pictograms, special flooring for visually impaired users, the reduction of pavements and the fight to eradicate architectural barriers in general, are some of the measures that we continue working working on as well as on the improvement of the connectivity of the town through new roads.”
The plans will see funding of €186,100 on the Costa del Sol.

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