The Provincial Council will condition El Palomar's road connecting the two towns, Las Juntas de Muriel and Las Juntas de Muriel in La Iruela. This road is currently owned by La Iruela and will be part of the municipality's road network next year. provincial administration. Jose Castro, the deputy for Municipal Infrastructures announced this during his recent visit in La Iruela, where he met Jose Antonio Olivares, the mayor of the town.
Castro indicated that the Diputacion would assume ownership of El Palomar's municipal road between Juntas de Muriel and El Palomar. This road is 5.5 km long and provides continuity to El Palomar's JA-8105, 4.5 kms. The Provincial Administration currently owns this road. Castro stated that the Diputacion has only been responsible for a portion of this road axis. The rest, including the 5.5 km of road where La Iruela is its owner, is home to 300-350 people.
The deputy for Municipal Infrastructures stresses that the Provincial Administration has the goal of taking ownership of the road and the execution of a project to adapt it in 2018. This "seeking to improve access for citizens to these populations of La Iruela as well as improving road safety and facilitating vehicle transit".