As part of the Calles para el Pueblo program, developed by Good Government, through the Mayor's Office of Citizen Power, 10 blocks of marginal street were re-paved to the highway to Masaya, where some 15 thousand vehicles circulate daily.
This road improvement project, which extends from the Pellas building sector to the south, aims to improve roads and decongest one of the main entrance arteries to the capital city.
The work was delivered to the capital's population, by comrade Enrique Armas Rosales, Vice Mayor of Managua, who expressed the commitment of the Good Government to improve these marginal streets or alternate roads to decongest traffic on the capital's main road arteries.
Likewise, it reported that this work had an investment of 1 Million 921 Thousand Córdobas, which directly benefits 1 Thousand 895 inhabitants of the sector, in addition to those who use this street as an alternative route or entrance to the commercial area of the highway to Masaya .[vc_images_carousel images=”10490,10491,10492,10493,10494,10495,10496,10497″ img_size=”large”]