The Ministry of Public Works and Infrastructure, through the Directorate General of Highways, has brought to tender the works of rehabilitation of the pavement and forecourt of the RM-C8 road which connects the town of Totana with its hamlet of Viñas-Carivete, with a budget of 1,029,012 euros and an execution period of five months, according to published today in the Official Gazette of the Region of Murcia (BORM).
The route has over eight kilometers long a bad state of conservation, which, together with the high traffic that takes the route, with an intensity of 60,000 vehicles per year, necessitating the development of an intervention to improve on it.
The road is the main entrance to the archaeological site of La Bastida, which brings thousands of visitors to be one of the most important European prehistory, specifically the Bronze Age.
The works will include gutter cleaning and weed slope in order to improve road visibility, draining it and prevent the fall of materials from the slopes to the road the road or on roadsides.
Also, the existing irrigation canal beside the road of the road entubará in an approximate length of 150 meters and manholes for collecting rainwater will be rebuilt.
The project includes the reconstruction of embankments of land or foot cut slope with other concrete, stabilizing the platform of the road, the lining of ditches and berms and replacement of vertical signs, marking marking, marking and installation of metal and concrete barriers banquettes.