The works, framed in the Accessibility Plan, entails new road trees for better maintenance
Benidorm widens the sidewalks of Denia Street, in La Cala, to make it more accessible
Works will be finished before the end of October
Benidorm City Council began the works last week to improve accessibility on Denia Street, in La Cala neighborhood, a road that had sidewalks with numerous obstacles “and difficulty walking” due to the existence of bollards and trees.
As explained by the Councilor for Works, José Ramón González de Zárate, "the sidewalks were very inaccessible and people even had to go down to the road." Hence, at the request of the public, the City Council has begun these works which will consist of widening the sidewalks and the placement of new lighting and new technologies ”.
The work is included in the Accessibility Plan, endowed with one million euros, and which involves carrying out measures in various parts of the city.
In the case of Denia street, the work will be developed on the right side of the street and will cover the entire length of the street with the aim of "making the road completely accessible" has specified the mayor.
In addition to the widening of the sidewalk, as González de Zárate has added, the action will also entail "the installation of new trees on the road to achieve better maintenance and the movement towards the curb of the existing bollards".
Aproximately the works will last for a month and a half, so they will be completed before the end of October.