Málaga’s €900K boost for safer roads

Canillas Upgrade: Roads and Safety Image: Ayuntamiento Canillas de Aceituno

THE Provincial Council of Málaga is set to invest €900,000 in enhancing two key roads in Canillas de Aceituno. The plan includes the resurfacing of a 3.5-kilometre stretch of MA-4106 (access to Canillas de Aceituno via A-7205), repairing a retaining wall along this route, and stabilising a slope on MA-4105 (Canillas de Aceituno-Sedella). Deputy Nieves Atencia, joined by Canillas de Aceituno Mayor Vicente Campos, inspected the project sites, highlighting the improvements’ contribution to road safety.

Major Investment Unveiled

€520,530 will be allocated to resurface the 3.5-kilometre stretch of MA-4106. This initiative is part of the Council’s third road improvement plan for the year. At the same time, €331,324 will be invested in stabilising a slope known for frequent rockslides. The project involves clearing unstable rocks, installing anchors, a 4-metre barrier, and a triple-twist metal mesh to prevent future rockfalls.

Canillas de Aceituno’s Road Safety Upgrade

Additionally, €48,391 will be dedicated to repairing a damaged wall ensuring stability and safety. Upon completion, the roads will be marked with new vertical signage and necessary safety features to ensure a safer and more reliable transportation network for Canillas de Aceituno residents and visitors.

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Catherine McGeer

I am an Irish writer who has been living in Spain for the past twenty years. My writing centers around the Costa Cálida. As a mother I also write about family life on the coast of Spain and every now and then I try to break down the world of Spanish politics!