Paving Project from Tola to the Beaches

"Improving access to rural areas, less damage to vehicles, less dust and mud, which translates to a benefit to the health of the inhabitants of these areas" says the local council

A 7.9 km stretch of dirt road linking the town of Tola with the beaches of the Pacific coast of this county, is being transformed with a paving project.

The work is part of the investment projects carried out by the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure, MTI, and according to Danny Garcia, Project Manager of the Municipality of Tola, was initially only going to be 2.9 kilometers. But its now extended to 7.9 km which will allow the pavement to reach the entrance of the project at Isla de La Guacalito.

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Roger?

Same?

"Maybe, just once, someone will call me 'sir' without adding, 'you're making a scene." -Homer J. Simpson

wherever the Pellas' go...

they travel on paved roads! Same thing happened in Asseradores in Chinandega. Maybe the familia will buy something near me so they'll pave the road in front of our finca!

Doors of hope fly open when doors of promise shut. -Thomas D'Arcy McGee

You have the hospital on your doorstep...

That's good enough...

this is true...

actually there is talk that the city will pave our dirt callejon but only after making a big one-way rotunda from "el arroyo" to our street. That will create traffic going past our farm, which is the last thing we want. Currently we have more oxen carts going past then we do vehicles and I'd prefer to keep it that way!

Doors of hope fly open when doors of promise shut. -Thomas D'Arcy McGee

What to make?

Sounds good, right?

"Maybe, just once, someone will call me 'sir' without adding, 'you're making a scene." -Homer J. Simpson

Its very good.

May need a few speed bumps to prevent the usual and statistical weekend death and destruction.