From today, 4.5 km more track to clear the north

  • By:karen-millen

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05/2022

Phases II and III that today deliver the Metropolitan area and the Government of Antioquia, which provided the resources, are estimated to remove at least half of the nearly 70,000 vehicles that converge daily at this point, where there is also a metro station, from the Niquia roundabout.

“Los vehículos que vienen del sur por la vía Solla-Niquía ahora podrán tomar un desvío cerca al parque Tulio Ospina y conectar con el puente de La Seca sin tener que llegar hasta la glorieta”, lo que significará un descanso para la habitual congestión en este punto, explicó Alejandro Quijano, director Financiero y Administrativo de Hatovial, la concesión que construyó ambos proyectos (fase II y fase III) y que ahora pasan a ser propiedad del Estado, en este caso el municipio de Bello, que se encargará de su operación y mantenimiento.

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Desde hoy, 4,5 km más de vía para despejar el norte

The best proof of the impact that these works will have on the mobility of the Aburrá was experienced yesterday, because around 11: 00 in the morning, by the North Highway, there was a traffic congestion of about 8 km in the south-north direction between the Caribbean neighborhood and access to Bello, all because on Sundays the cycle road is enabled on the Solla-Niquia stretch. When there is no cycle, on weekdays, similar situations are usually experienced, since the vehicle load is so much that the roundabout is short to evacuate with The new projects will partly eliminate this difficulty.

Both phases add up to 4.5 kilometres of new track. Phase II comprises 2.7 kilometres of tracks with three national lanes, between Unimuto University and the Fontidueño de Bello sector.

La fase III se conoce como el Intercambio Vial La Seca y es un proyecto de 1.2 kilómetros de ciclocaminabilidad y 750 metros de vía, incluido un puente metálico para conectar la actual variante Solla–Niquía, cuyo objetivo es descongestionar el tráfico vehicular hacia el Norte, evitando el paso por la glorieta para quienes van hacia Copacabana, Girardota, Barbosa, el norte del departamento y la Costa Atlántica.

"these works will ensure the competitiveness of the territory and the living conditions of the citizens, who will be able to reach their workplaces and homes more quickly and in a timely manner. It is a road project with three lanes, berm and wide spaces for cycling, luminaries and signaling typical of a highly competitive road, "said Juan David Palacio, director of the Metropolitan area, the largest contributor of resources to the work.

From today, 4.5 km more track to clear the north
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