Lighting on the road leading to the University of Carabobo is reactivated

The lighting rehabilitation plan will extend the length and breadth of this populous area.

With the installation of 13 100 w led lamps, the Naguanagua Mayor's Office reactivated the first stage of public lighting on the road that leads to the University of Carabobo. 

The mayor of the town, Gustavo Gutiérrez, reported that the plan, classified as having a high impact, includes the installation of lights along the entire road that connects to the Bárbula Campus and the Dr. Ángel Larralde University Hospital, one of the most important health centers of Carabobo. 

In addition, he specified that the reactivation of lighting passes through Universidad Avenue, the Arco de Barbula and the public transport stop of the UC Faculty of Engineering. 

“After a first exhaustive review we confirmed that the wiring of the lighting system on the track was stripped, as well as the control boxes, the conductive lines and the rest of its components. A crime that caused our main house of studies and this important route to be in the dark ”, he explained. 

Gutiérrez commented that the lighting rehabilitation plan will be extended throughout this populous area, favoring people who go to the Ángel Larralde Hospital, the Miguel Pérez Carreño Oncology Hospital and the González Plaza Hospital. 

“We still do not have an estimated date to complete this work, since we are talking about the total stripping of the wiring. However, we are committed to redoubling our efforts to complete it in the shortest possible time ”, he pointed out. 

Finally, Gutiérrez indicated that during the quarter of the year more than 600 lights have been placed in different roads of the jurisdiction.

It is worth noting that the road that leads to the UC was considered highly dangerous, due to the lack of public lighting, which caused some passers-by to consider it as "a guillotine."  



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