Approved the projects necessary to draw on funding and open construction sites to redevelop the road layout of areas with a high density of industrial settlements.
There municipal council of Catania approved, upon proposal of the commissioner Pippo Arcidiacono, the projects necessary to draw on funding and open construction sites to redevelop the road layout of areas with a high density of industrial settlements, which have not been adequately maintained for decades and therefore cause flooding and inconvenience to the companies that operate there.
The works concern the reconstruction of the pavement of and streets and sidewalks in the so-called districts Giancata blocks, Martino Pass is Torrazze, of the Industrial Zone and with them also the contextual commitment to identify the contractor for the execution of the works by the end of the year.
Target of the Administration Municipal is to “carry out interventions to improve traffic and increase the safety of vehicular and pedestrian traffic along some road sections of the development areas, mainly used by heavy vehicles, even when fully loaded, currently uneven and dangerous”.
The intervention aims at the arrangement of the road pavement reserved for vehicular traffic and that on the edge of the roadway, the reconstruction of deteriorated sidewalks, an adequate rationalization of sub-services and the restoration of the guardrails largely dating back to the ‘ 70 of the last century.
“After decades of neglect – said the mayor Except Pogliese – we are solving, also thanks to the synergy with the regional government and the fruitful confrontation with trade unions and employers, the structural problems of an area that produces 15% of the Sicilian GDP, where other important investments are being developed such as gigafactory
of Enel Green Power and another industrial giant that we hope to announce soon the signing of its development plan in our Industrial Area, with what follows in terms of induced activities, including employment, for Catania and the south east of Sicily “.