As part of the modernization of the capital's road network, the Managua Mayor's Office is executing the construction and expansion project of the III stage of 25 Sureste Street, which will eventually function as an alternative and detour route for the construction of the new track Saint John Paul II.
This road improvement project was supervised by Mayor Reyna Rueda Alvarado, who announced the details of this work, which to date is 31 percent complete and is expected to be completed before December of this year.
Likewise, he explained that this work consists of the construction of a road of 591.5 linear meters (6 blocks) of 4 lanes, with its ditches, curbs, pedestrian platforms, 2 traffic light intersections at each of its ends, a tunnel box of 18.9 meters linear meters, a canal of 241.6 linear meters and an open channel of 94 linear meters.
“We have already finished the storm drainage component, which is 120 linear meters of pipe of 18, 24, 30 and 42 inches in diameter; as well as, 749 linear meters of wall along the length and protect the southern and northern part of the runway and here we are investing a little more than the 88 million córdobas,” added the mayor of the capital.
With this new work, 25 Southeast Street will become a 2.2-kilometer, 4-lane road corridor that extends from the Batahola radial to the United Nations runway, streamlining road circulation and reducing travel times.