This Wednesday they will begin a recovery plan for the Trasandina alternate highway, now used by a greater volume of vehicles, due to the deviation due to the partial fall of the La Chivata bridge that connects to San Cristóbal, Cárdenas and Andrés Bello.
Jaiberth Zambrano, director of Civil Protection Táchira, reported that they carried out an inspection on the road to verify the weak points and that this Wednesday they will begin with the asphalt to give mobility to users who must use said road due to the aforementioned breakdown.
Zambrano asked users to be careful due to the deterioration that these alternate roads present, referring to the edge faults. He also indicated that they are on alert for the constant rains that are occurring in the state of Tachi.
During the inspection, he was accompanied by the president of the Táchira Highway Institute, Freddy Ozuna, the president of Compañía Anónima de Industrias Mineras del Táchira state (Caimta), Carmelo Chacón and the president of the Táchira infrastructure maintenance and works and services Corporation ( Corpointa), Cecilia de Roche.