State Government carries out works in Guajará

Including the restoration of the road system of the city and construction of the range extension.
02/09/2015 17h54 - Updated 2/09/2015 17h54
Photo: Seinfra

The municipalities of the Amazon are receiving various road works carried out by the State Government. Among them is the restoration of the road system and construction of the range extension, in the municipality of Guajará (a 1.474 kilometers from Manaus straight). The investment value of the works is around R $ R $ 17 millions.

The jobs, They are carried out by the Ministry of Infrastructure (Seinfra), They have started the extension of the range with the completion of earthmoving services; construction and galleries and pipes for water drainage; widening the road and placing embankment stretches to leave the flat roads, because the area has many uphill and downhill.

According to the State Secretary of Infrastructure, Waldívia Alencar, the critical points of the road will be worked, that have 32 km. She also recalled that the extension gives access to various city communities and, to be a rural area, the work is more complex.

"We will do galleries and pipes to drain water. Doing this, we will make the landfill because the place has many slopes. The land will be flatter and give more security to vehicle traffic and, thereby, facilitate the flow of production that is made in these locations ", he explained.

To follow, second secretary, It will be held the road work in some streets of Guajará. She said that the first step is to survey the waterways that receive services. Waldívia clarifies what has been accomplished work on the road Miriti, which is located within the municipality, where Seinfra held drainage on the road.

"Every State is receiving infrastructure works. We are doing everything possible to meet the deadlines and facilitate the lives of people who need these roads ", concludes Waldívia Alencar.

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