Carrasco Street opens to traffic this week on the stretch between Limones and Ruzafa
The councilman of Works and Urban Scene, José Ramón González de Zárate, has announced the upcoming opening to traffic of the stretch of Carrasco Street that separates Limones with Ruzafa. The action will decongest traffic in the downtown area of the city. The councillor has made these statements after a visit to the latest work that is running on the road, with the mayor, Toni Pérez, and technicians from the area of municipal engineering.
"One of the works," González de Zárate said, "is the most important work being done in Benidorm." With the opening this week "without the final pavement with asphalt" that will be carried out later, when the general action in the neighborhood ends, the vehicles that circulate from the Limones Street "will be able to continue straight through Carrasco to Ruzafa". In this way "you can start the fundamental work", the works that will remodel the streets Limones, Mars and Venus.
González de Zárate has influenced the improvements that the City Council has implemented in the neighborhood. "The idea of this government team," he clarified, "is that during Holy Week the tasks are practically completely finished, as well as the rest of the works that have been implemented at City Hall." However, the work carried out in Carrasco is of special relevance because "the entire stretch where the streets of Mars and Venus converge towards the Hort de Colón will be permanently pedestrianized". "This is good for shops, it's good for the city and it's good for Benidorm's urban scene," the councillor said.