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Municipality builds a new road corridor that joins the San Judas and Colonia Independencia neighborhoods

With a parade of motorcycle riders, caponeras and the accompaniment of families, the Mayor's Office of the Citizen Power of Managua inaugurated this Wednesday, January 12, the bridge box over the Pochocuape riverbed, located in the San Judas neighborhood of District III.

This road improvement project is part of the road clearance works for section I of the San Juan Pablo II track, which are necessary to create alternate routes for road circulation, once the works for its expansion begin. highlighted the Vice Mayor of Managua, Enrique Armas Rosales.

Likewise, Armas reiterated that the Good Government, through the Municipality, will continue to carry out works for the safety and tranquility of all families, "we are talking about the fact that our Mayor, Juanita, inaugurated this week works for more than 52 million córdobas with the expansion of 25th Street and today, 24 hours later, we are inaugurating works for approximately 7 million córdobas, this bridge box that comes to speed up the movement of the companions who go to the El Pilar neighborhood, San Judas, the La Esperanza neighborhood, this it brings greater comfort to all the brothers in the area.”

The families stated that it is an excellent work that will allow them to reduce time and distance for the residents, "it is definitely a work of progress that this area and the national and municipal governments really needed, concerned about their people, following the instructions sent by President Daniel Ortega and Compañera Rosario”, said the protagonist Hugo Mendoza.

Doña Digna Medrano also expressed her joy at the new road, "from the moment I saw that they began to build the street, I said: there will be another beautiful thing, because this was ugly here, but now it is very beautiful."

To develop the 25th Street diversion route, three vehicle bridge boxes were built over the riverbeds: Cuajachillo, Pochocuape and El Arroyo, and a fourth vehicle bridge in the Pablo Sexto neighborhood.

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