The action will include the section between Jaime I and Maravall and will entail the installation of non-slip paving stones
The City Council begins this week the change of pavement on Limones street to improve accessibility
Benidorm City Council will begin this week with the change of pavement in Limones street, specifically in the section that goes from Jaime I avenue to Maravall street.
The change of pavement on Limones street is carried out "to gain accessibility for all pedestrians, but especially for the elderly" has detailed the mayor Toni Pérez, who visited the area today.
The current pavement of the sidewalks presents difficulties due to its low grip, especially on rainy days, for which reason it is going to be replaced by non-slip paving stones. "We have been able to verify that the existing slope in the section and the current material can cause people to slip and fall, and hence the decision to change it," explained Pérez.
The action, framed in Benidorm's Sustainable and Integrating Development Strategy (EDUSI), does not entail renovation of pipes and pipes, so it will have a short execution period and will be finished before Easter. “It is a quick intervention that affects the commitment of this government in favor of complete accessibility and improvement of sustainable mobility. With this change of sidewalks, the street experiences a noticeable improvement from which all the people who pass through it will benefit”, the mayor concluded.