The Development Association of the Patagonia neighborhood today requested more information about a work that is being done on Alfonsín Avenue, through a letter addressed to the head of Zone XI of Roads of the Province, the architect Juan José Aparicio, in which they assured that progress is not being made and that it causes problems in the sector.
The neighbors indicated that the work that began on Alfonsín avenue between Tres Sargentos and the 14 de Julio roundabout caused “numerous inconveniences to the neighbors and the traffic”, despite the fact that they understand that the repair of the concrete slabs is necessary.
Citing a statement from the Municipality, which said that the work would be carried out “as of Monday, October 25 and for approximately 30 days,” they indicated that those 30 days passed “comfortably” and “not only were the works not finished, but observes total absence of machinery and operators”.
They also said that “the precariousness of it motivates traffic jams, permanent dust and risk for pedestrians and cyclists who cross.”
“The circulation of trucks to the Port, added to the dates of the midget championship, make traffic chaotic with cars and even trucks that cross lanes to take the collector,” they detailed.
They also added that “the crossing of Tres Sargentos, extremely dangerous, has added uncertainty with barrels, through which it is not known for sure how to pass” and that “all this forms an explosive cocktail that at any moment can give rise to unfortunate situation.”
For this reason, they ask Aparicio to communicate a planned schedule for the completion of the work.