Almeria continues to improve the streets in the city's center. Summer brings with it a drop in traffic because of the current summer period, which invites Almeria residents to flee from terror in the concrete. This is a great opportunity to work on and solve problems in the city's main accesses.
Trucks, drills, and excavators were able to wake up early-morning revellers, who were already on their vacations, and catch those who planned to travel by car to their work places across Calle Real. On Monday, Calle Ricardos was the first to see road maintenance work. It connects Plaza de San Pedro and Paseo de Almeria.
The dust generated by the haze was also added to the dust that had been created after lifting the street's pavement, which has now made the asphalt land. The Almeria City Council reported on the 24th that maintenance work would only affect one section of the street, leaving traffic on Calle Doctor Gomez Ulla towards Paseo de Almeria. However, the entire crossing has been closed off, which has prevented access to the main artery.
This resulted in hundreds of cars congregating in a long line that covered Calle Real during peak morning traffic. People who wanted to reach Paseo de Almeria via fast lane had to wait for Puerta Purchena's slow traffic light to turn green. This greatly reduced the flow of cars.
People who attempted to follow the exit in different directions were also affected by the fact that they coincided with the first. It became less congested as the day went on, but it didn't cause any major problems for the vehicles that were moving along the road.
People who park in the Plaza San Pedro parking lot should not be concerned. There are already measures in place to allow entry and exit to the easement. It is unlikely that the situation will be resolved within a few days. The easement will continue until next July 16. If there aren't delays, it can not be expected that the interventions will stop.
Therefore, it is convenient for those who must access this street to choose from the alternatives to avoid congestion and arrive at their destination promptly.