This route connects the roundabout to the West Industrial Estate with the urban core of Alcantarilla and has an average traffic intensity of 2.2 million vehicles per year
The Minister of Development and Infrastructures, Pedro Rivera, announced this morning that the Ministry will draft the project to improve the road RM-E4, which connects Alcantarilla with San Ginés, known as the path of Los Soldados, in order "to complete the actions of Reordering of traffic and adaptation of the roads of that area. "
The counselor made these statements during the meeting he held with Alcantarilla Mayor, Joaquín Buendía, with whom he addressed issues related to the municipal infrastructure.
The project to be drafted includes the reinforcement of signatures, renovation of signs and road marking, as well as actions to adjust margins, gutters and drainage systems.
The road starts from the roundabout to the West Industrial Estate located on the RM-611 (linking San Ginés with El Palmar) and reaches the urban core of Alcantarilla.
It has a total length of 4.2 kilometers and an average intensity of 2.2 million vehicles a year, of which 109,000 are heavy, since this route is used daily to access from Alcantarilla to the polygon.
This action complements the works recently carried out in the area that consisted of reinforcing the road on the RM-E29 road, known as the Voz Negra road, which connects Alcantarilla with the RM-E4, and the recent reorganization of traffic on the road Los Soldados, at the height of the West Industrial Estate, which has allowed the construction of a new islet to access the road that connects El Palmar with San Ginés without having to cross streets of the polygon.
In addition, the meeting studied the project to carry out an action to enable a pedestrian transit area on the RM-560 road, which connects Alcantarilla with Molina de Segura, with the aim of facilitating the movement of neighbors between Alcantarilla And the Murcian hamlet of Puebla de Soto.
The Ministry has already done work to adapt and improve the road safety of this road, which consisted in repairing and rebuilding a part of the stone wall that collapsed on the ditch near the kilometer point 9, causing the road to narrow and leaving Part of the cantilevered platform.
The work was completed with the reinforcement of the road sign to the Puebla de Soto junction, which is where the pedestrian transit zone will be installed.