The Socialist parliamentary group deputy spokesman, Joaquin Lopez Pagan, has asked the Department of Public Works and Planning, repair and adjustment of the roadbed RM-423, the stretch of Alternative Fortuna, because after various repairs made still needs major repairs.
This infrastructure, consisting of a stretch of road 8.5 km long, with a single road 12 meters wide, its purpose was to unite diverse populations near the town of Fortuna, allowing better circulation of heavy vehicles, from of different business activities carried out in the area.
In this way, you avoid having to go through the city center, avoiding causing inconvenience to neighbors.
Pagan Lopez claims that "since its opening have been various problems and shortcomings identified in the construction of the same, having undertaken various actions by the Autonomous Community, which can be described as mere patches, as they have not solved to date defects the firm. This has caused major problems for the movement of heavy vehicles with large numbers using this road, to the point of having to signal their poor condition. "
Socialist deputy spokesman added that after an initial investment of 12 million euros to build and past six years since its opening, it is necessary that the regional government to take responsibility and rush the actions necessary to permanently solve the problems of the state's strong of this regional road and claim, if any, responsibilities that apply to the contractor.
"All this, in order to avoid the problems of road safety for vehicles and persons that have taken place."
Meanwhile, Pepa Olmeda, Socialist councilor in the City of Fortuna, said that "it's okay to splurge and throw the taxpayer with works that cost a fortune and last two days, and all without anyone to show his face and assume responsibilities. "
From the local PSOE recalled the numerous times "before, during and after the works were warned not doing well".
Olmeda hinted, by unusual, that Alternative was finished for months and closed with fences and padlocks.
The Socialist councilor also stressed that within months of its opening and was being repaired, and "after six years since its construction, has three marked by the dangerous and poor condition of the firm, a question that someone will have to explain."
Olmeda believes that in this way, "the little money will go to work, as the snake biting its tail, to repair the built and never will make a new infrastructure," he concluded.