SALTILLO, COAH.- Jose Maria Fraustro Siller, mayor of Saltillo, supervised and toured the progress of the new vehicular bridge San Lorenzo Hillswhich is already at 75 percent construction.

Accompanied by Virgilio Verduzco Echeverriadirector of Infrastructure and Public Works of Saltillo, the municipal president inspected the work that joins the Colinas de San Lorenzo and Refuge HillsSouth of the city.

$!Fraustro inspected the work that joins the Colinas de San Lorenzo and Lomas del Refugio neighborhoods.

Fraustro inspected the work that joins the Colinas de San Lorenzo and Lomas del Refugio neighborhoods.

“Saltillo has the encouragement and support of Governor Miguel Ángel Riquelme Solís; We are working together on 120 projects in all sectors of the city, both in urban and rural areas”manifested Chema Fraustro.

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This construction included within the 1st Saltillo Works Marathon Unites Usdirectly benefits the Colinas de San Lorenzo, Lomas del Refugio, Las Teresitas, Las Isabeles, Niños Héroes, Niños Héroes Expansion, Villa de la Angostura, Las Rosas and Parajes de Santa Elenaamong many more.

$! It should be noted that this vehicular and pedestrian bridge will connect Guacalli street over the stream.

It should be noted that this vehicular and pedestrian bridge will connect Guacalli Street over the stream.

Mayor Chema Fraustro pointed out that they are investing 12.7 million pesos on this vehicular bridge that will have four lanes of traffic, sidewalks and lighting for safe transit between these sectors of the city, both for motorists and pedestrians.

It should be noted that this vehicular bridge and pedestrian will connect on the stream the guacalli street in both neighborhoods, in addition to offering a safe space for the transit of students, parents and workers in both directions.

Source: Vanguardia

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