The asphalting of six pedestrian crossings and the repair of pipes that will be carried out by the Zaragoza City Council this week will affect the movement of many streets.
Between this Tuesday and Thursday, we will be grinding and replacing six pedestrian crossings in phases, establishing an alternative vehicle path through signals (on two-way roads), guaranteeing one lane of traffic at all times (on two-lane roads), and keeping pedestrians away through the nearest crossings.
Municipal sources explained that the works will be carried out on Balbino Orensanz Street with Carmelo Betoré Bergua on the 23rd and 24th; on Balbino Orensanz Street with Alfonso Zapater; on Manuel Viola Street next to Balbino Orensanz; on Manuel Mújica Laínez street with Mario Vargas Llosa; on Salvador Minguijón street with Pedro Cubero; and on Pedro María Ric street with Camino de las Torres.
This action adds some road repair on Cesáreo Alierta Avenue, at number 71, from January 22 to 26, where 20 meters of parking will be prohibited and the right traffic lane will be occupied, towards San José.
Also in street, José Bretón The pavement and curb adjacent to the bus stop located at number 10 will be repaired from January 22 to 26, so the bus lane and its connecting lane will be occupied. Prohibit parking between Cortes de Aragón and number 9 to guarantee the passage of two lanes.
Likewise, in street Pedro López de Luna, to continue the work started by the municipal brigades to repair the pipeline and replace the pavement between María Auxiliadora and San Juan Bosco, from January 22 to 31, that section will remain closed, with parking that is prohibited from allowing entry and exit from the affected garages and areas. the material work. The current detour on line 38 will be continued in coordination with the company Avanza, the winner of the city’s bus service.