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Government activates vehicular passage through alternative variant to La Cocuiza Bridge

The works were completed to ensure free transit

In 11 days, the construction of the bypass, ordered by President Nicolás Maduro, was completed to restore vehicular passage through the 003 trunk, specifically between the Miranda and Mauroa municipalities, which connects the Zulia and Falcón states.

The information was disseminated by the transport minister, Ramón Celestino Velásquez Araguayán through a publication on his account on the social network x.

According to the report, the authority specified that the alternate section has a length of 240 meters of road in which they placed 800 tons of asphalt with its marking and cat's eyes.

He highlighted that the work was carried out with the objective of guaranteeing greater nighttime visibility, which is why they installed reflective studs.

New bridge over the Cocuiza River

Velásquez Araguayán pointed out that the technical teams of the Bolivarian Government still maintain in the area with the execution of the action plan that includes the installation of the new bridge located on the Cocuiza River.

At the same time, he mentioned that workers from the Popular Power Ministries for Transportation and Public Works, the Vice Ministry of Risk Management, the Latin American Railway Infrastructure company SA (Ferrolasa), Corpozulia, security agencies and road authorities of the state of Falcón. 

Regarding the safety of users, the head of the transportation portfolio stated that it is a quality work in which direct communication is ensured and allows the transitability of users.

In addition, a contingent of security agencies such as the Bolivarian National Guard and the Bolivarian National Police were activated to protect those who use this road.

"Now the demolition of the old bridge will begin to install the new structure that is already on the site, which was brought from the state of Aragua."

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