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Streets for the town builds road connection between Santo Domingo and San Antonio Sur

Authorities of the Municipality and families of the Santo Domingo and San Antonio Sur regions of District V, inaugurated this Saturday, December 4, a new road connection through the Calles para el Pueblo Program in its second stage.

The new road work that unites both regions, has a scope of 5 new paved blocks, with an investment of 4 million 294 thousand 798 córdobas and benefits more than 15 thousand protagonists.

When delivering the work to the benefited communities, the Mayor of Managua, Reyna Rueda Alvarado explained that not only the inhabitants benefit, but also the producers in the area.

"It is the program most demanded by the population, it is 5 blocks that is restoring the right to a thousand families to travel on decent streets and to the bean-producing brothers in the area, who will now be able to harvest their harvest more easily," said the capital official.

This road connection can also be used as an alternate route to get around, avoiding heavy traffic during peak hours on Carretera a Masaya.

 William Dávila, a resident and producer of the San Antonio Sur community, explained that for 43 years winter had destroyed the street.

“For many years we have been waiting for this, fighting for the project that we needed so much, 43 years waiting for this highway, because we had quite a bit of difficulty both with the dust that got into our homes, and the current that split the street and if that happened , the cart or the trucks could not pass, but today, thank God we have this work of progress, before this project it was impossible for a caponera or a taxi to pass, that was impossible”, added the protagonist Dávila.

In District V, to which these communities belong, Calles para el Pueblo invested 48 million córdobas in 2021, building 64 new blocks, among the benefited neighborhoods are Francisco Salazar, Pantasma, Grenada, Vista del Xolotlán, Sócrates Sandino, 18 de Mayo, Salomón Moreno, Germán Pomares and the Santo Domingo region.

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