The Councilor for Works and Environmental Services, Noelia de la Cruz, met this Tuesday with residents, shopkeepers and hoteliers of the roads in which the City Council projects outstanding improvement reforms and whose works will begin in the coming days. These are the Toledo Ohio-La Plata axis and Plaza de San Vicente, in the Historic District, and Barber Avenue, in the Palomarejos neighborhood.

In both meetings, the attendees were informed of the details of each of the actions, with plans of the projects and expected deadlines. The works of Toledo Ohio and La Plata streets will begin this week, and those of Barber Avenue, next Wednesday, July 4.

The municipal government wants to count on the people who could be affected by these works at all times to repeat the same model of consensus and participation that has been so successful in the intervention of Calle Comercio or in the development of the Reyes Católicos reform.

Noelia de la Cruz has indicated in the previous press conference that both projects are going to be carried out in phases, “in sections of work that are not too large” to minimize the inconvenience to the surrounding residents and users of the area.

Specifically, on Barber Avenue, he explained that there was already a meeting prior to the award of the works with the neighbors, merchants and hoteliers of the avenue. This Tuesday he has informed them, among other matters, that there will be no road or pedestrian traffic closures since it is a wide road and no direction of circulation will be cut off.

The meetings with the affected parties will continue as the works progress to agree on the following phases. The City Council will allocate almost 1,800,000 euros for the conditioning and comprehensive improvement of lighting, trees, paving and asphalt, as well as the improvement of the supply and sanitation services of the city’s Avenida de Barber.

While for the renovation and improvement project of Toledo Ohio, La Plata, San Vicente square and Tendillas street, whose intervention will even reach the intersection with Esteban Illán, the Town Hall of Toledo will dedicate an investment of more than one and a half million euros .