Benidorm begins on Monday the installation of the central lights on Avenida Mediterráneo

January 10, 2021
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Benidorm begins this coming Monday, 11th January, the installation of the new central lights of the Avenida del Mediterráneo, as reported today by the Councilor for Mobility and Works, José Ramón González de Zárate. The mayor explained that "once the lighting rings have been installed on both sidewalks, now is the time to place these same suspended luminaires, designed exclusively for the remodeling of Avenida del Mediterráneo, in the road area."

This action will require cutting the Mediterranean section between avenues Europa and Doctor Orts Llorca to traffic "for approximately two weeks" to allow access and work of the machinery.

De Zárate has indicated that while these works last "the traffic of Gerona avenue is reversed in the section between Europe and Orts Llorca". In this way, vehicles going down Avenida Europa will be able to access through Calle Gerona until they reach Orts Llorca and from this point connect with the operational Mediterranean section.

As he has explained, at night and on weekends it will be possible to circulate through the section of the Mediterranean affected by the installation of the lights.

De Zárate has asked citizens for "patience" and added that "this action is taking place now taking advantage of the fact that we have a lower traffic density".

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