The unevenness May 5 will be ready in the administration of Governor Aispuro: Secope

The work of what will be the overpass at the railway crossing of Avenida 5 de Mayo and Calle Enrique Unzueta de Gómez Palacio registers an advance of 20 percent. Authorities from the state Secretariat of Communications and Public Works (Secope) assure that the works will be completed before the end of the administration of Governor José Rosas Aispuro Torres.

This was precisely one of the concerns expressed by the merchants in the area, who have been affected by the collapse of their salesafter having closed the circulation in said crossing.

A group of merchants who have been affected by the collapse of their sales approached the governor during a tour. (Photo: GUADALUPE MIRANDA / THE CENTURY OF TORREÓN)

Rafael Sarmiento Álvarez, head of Secope, reported that the work registers an advance of 20 percentand assured that it will be ready before the end of the Governor’s Administration, that is, in the month of August.

“Yes, we have made considerable progress, and I can assure you that this work will be completed during the governor’s time. We will finish in August,” Sarmiento Álvarez assured.

Likewise, he explained that within the progress that has been made and part of the work that has been carried out are: “We need to get out of what is the foundation, what are the walls, what is going to stop the earth so that the cars can pass under it, the work is not appreciated very much because it is not upwards, but downwards, they are anchoring piles; everything that is the armed of the piles is made an excavation and then they are sunk“, he explained.

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Photo: GUADALUPE MIRANDA / THE CENTURY OF TORREÓN

He said that although the work will have two lanes in the first stage, the preparations will be left to extend up to four lanes.

“We are going to leave preparation to later do the other two lanes.”

The Secretary of Communications and Public Works assured that no damage has been caused or will be caused to nearby neighbors or established businesses.

“We are not going to cause any damage, right now because of the inconvenience of the work, the dust, maybe people do not pass through here, a business says I am no longer selling, they are looking for a way to support them,” he said.

However, a group of merchants who have been affected by the collapse of their sales approached the governor during a tour of the place this Friday. The president promised to manage microcredits so that they can face the affectations that they could have.

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