Summer works are completed in Ouro Verde neighborhood with three kilometers of resurfacingMore of 3 tons of asphalt were applied in the neighborhood.
With teams working day and night to give a new face to the capital's streets, Manaus City Hall moves forward with the Summer Works Plan. This week, the services have been completed in Ouro Verde neighborhood, in the east, three kilometers of roads retrieved.
According to the Municipal Secretary for Infrastructure (Seminf), Kelton Aguiar, were 3,4 tons of asphalt applied in action, which aims to give more trafegabilidade the capital's streets, as determined by the mayor Arthur Virgilio Neto. “The City delivers a quality service to residents of Ouro Verde neighborhood, during the performance of work teams, They attended praising the work and suggesting new points of action”, highlighted.
The pavement of the street Judge Felismino Soares, Lucas Cavalcante, from 22 years, local non-dwelling, He said the asphalt is more comfort and safety for the community. “Day 29 This month we will hold a March for Jesus in the neighborhood. It will be great with this new asphalt, because we will walk more safely”, he said.
The work on site was resurfacing asphalt, involving total milling track, which is the removal of the old asphalt, before application of new asphalt layer. The Seminf served, still, the recovery of Laura Vicuña streets, H, Rita Barbosa, Sandoval Cruz and Sucupira. All routes received milling, to ensure the best application of Bituminous Concrete Machined to Hot (CBUQ).
Within the Summer Plan, Ouro Verde had 123 Conventional LED lamps replaced by. With the expansion, the community now has, approximately, 200 points of this type of lighting, as the Municipal Partnerships and Strategic Projects (Semppe).
"We are working in partnership with the Municipal Infrastructure so we can meet, more quickly and efficiently, the demands of the population, Following the determination of the mayor Arthur Neto. Recently, also we serve the Shangrilá set and Union neighborhood ", He highlighted the Secretary Semppe, Maria Josepha.