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The City Council arranges all entry entrances to Murcia from the A30 and Ronda Oeste (10/09/2019)

The Department of Urban Development and Modernization of the Administration, through Parks and Gardens, improves the eight nodes of entry and exit to the city, such as Ranero, Ronda Norte, Ronda Sur and Campus de Espinardo.

Specifically, the more than 400 palm trees located in the more than 10,000 m2 of this section are being conditioned, which circulates an average of 111,000 vehicles per day.

"With these actions we improve the city and beautify its access areas, which are the first image both for people who go to the center and for tourists who pass through the municipality," said Councilman José Guillén.

The Department of Urban Development and Modernization of the Administration, through the Parks and Gardens Service, is arranging the entry and exit accesses to the city of Murcia.

Specifically, these are the eight main nodes, such as the entrance and exit of Ranero, Ronda Norte, Ronda Sur, as well as access to the Espinardo Campus.

As for the actions, the more than 400 palm trees located in the 10,000 m2 of this section are being prepared, through which an average of 111,000 vehicles per day circulates, representing more than 40 million a year.

"With these actions we improve the city and beautify its access areas, which represent the first image for both people who go to the center and for tourists who pass through the municipality," said Councilman José Guillén.

A fortnight of palm trees are pruning the specimens through the climbing system, in addition to an octopus truck and a basket.

In the municipality of Murcia there are more than 15,000 palm trees, among them are more than 400 copies attached to the Demarcation of Roads, however, from the Department of Urban Development and Modernization of the Administration the STV-Actúa concessionary company has been urged to that perform these actions, as it is being done.

The palm trees are, in their majority, of great size, reached between 15 and 20 meters high, for which numerous human and material means are being used such as a fortnight of palm trees, an octopus truck as well as a lifting basket.

These actions are complemented by periodic work that will begin during the middle of the tram during the month at night, without interrupting the daily service provided to Murcia at any time.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Murcia

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