Attention drivers: ENDE announces partial road closures on the Virgen de Cotoca viaduct

Attention drivers: ENDE announces partial road closures on the Virgen de Cotoca viaduct
Attention drivers: ENDE announces partial road closures on the Virgen de Cotoca viaduct

The National Electricity Company (ENDE) reported this Monday that partial road closures will be carried out in the area around the viaduct on Avenida Virgen de Cotoca, as part of the work to relocate high voltage lines.

Works on the Virgen de Cotoca viaduct/ Photo: Juan Carlos Torrejón

Work without total closures

Currently, the roads are passable and the work is being carried out without the need for total closures. However, Henry Antezana, representative of the ENDE company, announced that partial closures will be carried out tomorrow Tuesday 21stin May, at two times:

• Tomorrow: From 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., the section that goes from Virgen de Cotoca Avenue to the Cotoca Canal will be closed.

• Late: From 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., the section from Brasil Avenue to the Cotoca Canal will be closed.

Works on the Virgen de Cotoca viaduct/ Photo: Juan Carlos Torrejón

Detours

During partial closures, a detour will be enabled so as not to affect passability.

Works on the Virgen de Cotoca viaduct/ Photo: Juan Carlos Torrejón

Viaduct underway

The works on the Virgen de Cotoca Avenue viaduct are progressing as planned. The project, which has a investment of Bs 120.6 million, tIt has an execution period of 18 months and is expected to be completed in December 2024.

The viaduct will have a length 500 meters and will have two bridges, one going two lanes and another returning also two lanes. It is expected that this work will contribute to improving traffic flow in the area and reducing congestion.

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