The work on the central lane of the Ponte Corleone in Palermo towards Catania lasted nine days. Now it’s time for the last lane to be repaired, the one towards the sea. The traffic will now be aligned on the central and mountain side lanes, which will help to ease the traffic. The construction area will now move to the sea side for repairs and asphalt work. The city’s mobility office has issued a new ordinance correcting the previous one, which was originally scheduled to last until November 30. Trucks up to 44 tons will be restricted to the mountain side lane, while heavier trucks will not be allowed on the bridge. The Anas plans to have the bridge fully open by Christmas, and workers are also working overnight to speed up the process. This final phase of the work will be more complex, as it involves managing water flow and various services located in the area.
Lavori alla corsia lato mare del Ponte Corleone di Palermo: scatta una nuova ordinanza