The extension of Nazario Ortiz Garza Boulevard until connecting with the Saltillo 2000 neighborhood It is part of a series of proposals made by the Saltillo Municipal Planning Institute (Implan).
According to your public document “Short-Term Road Prioritization”, the expansion of the road is suggested from its intersection with Vito Alessio Robles to the aforementioned cologne.
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Likewise, mention is made of the expansion of the Las Torres Boulevard until connecting with the expansion of Nazario Ortiz Garza, this to the west of the city.
The above, according to the document, aims to provide a mobility alternative to the western sector of Saltillo from Arroyo del Pueblo.
According to the study, in 2022, 23 thousand cars, 850 motorcycles, 2 thousand 100 bicycles circulate in said area and 16 Public Transport routes travel.
These vehicles have east-west access routes mainly the LEA peripheral and alternately low intensity the Calzada Madero, so the expansion of Nazario would open a third route.
Furthermore, the document adds that ““It is recommended to release (Nazario Ortiz Boulevard) the junction with the highway to Torreón to ensure its continuity, installing curbs along the delimitation of the route.”
Likewise, the proposal delves into and suggests “raise to the level of law that the municipality can build roads that resolve connectivity in sectors where there are lots of undeveloped land but which it is essential to cross to comply with the Municipal Development Plan where their existence is established.
The document published by the Implan and the municipality itself diagnoses that Saltillo It presents, like many other cities in the country, serious and growing mobility problems.
The above, he points out, is a consequence of unorganized growth in some sectors, an approach focused on the use of private cars and a public service of transport that does not satisfy the needs of users.
THEY WOULD USE ISN RESOURCES
It was in October of last year when the director of Infrastructure and Public Works of Saltillo, Virgilio Verduzco Rosánexpressed that the work, in a first stage, has an investment of 240 million pesos.
He then explained that the work would use a budget collected from Payroll Tax (ISN) with state and municipal participation.
It should be remembered that the Congress of Coahuila approved on October 31 an increase in the ISN to go from 2 to 3 percent, with which a collection of one thousand 500 million pesos by 2024.
Also on October 31, the president of the National Chamber of Commerce of Saltillo, Alejandro Pepi de la Peñaexpressed that, among others, the expansion works on Nazario Ortiz Boulevard are among those that are most urgent for the city.
CONNECT MIRASIERRA AND LOMA LINDA
Another of the proposals made by the Implan through the document is the connection between the colonies Mirasierra and Loma Linda to the east of the state capital.
For the above, it is suggested to surround the living room with parties Receptions San Antonio on Revolución Boulevard and connect both demarcations separated by a length of almost a kilometer.
It details that among the actions to be carried out is to recover the rights of way, which have been “lost”, to incorporate them to improve the roads and rolling surfaces, both vehicular and for confined lanes.
Furthermore, it must define the route for paving and propose a vehicular bridge to improve connectivity.
PAVING RÍO PLATA IN LA ‘GUAYU’
Among other connections that the municipal agency suggests to be resolved in the short term are Find the paving of Río Plata Street in the Guayulera neighborhood.
The above to be an access route to the Downtown area parallel to the street Mixcoacwhich gets congested regularly.
Regarding the issues to be resolved, the Implan points out that, to carry out the project, a solution must be found hydraulics to Arroyo del Pueblo with the option of building a vehicular ford.
IMPROVE CONNECTIONS IN MIRASIERRA AND PÉREZ TREVIÑO
Expanding the number of lanes and promoting right turns are proposals that are carried out at two conflicting intersections in Saltillo.
The first among the boulevard Mirasierra and Fundadores Boulevard, where it is also noted that the side streets must be improved and traffic-signalized intersections in the first stage.
He adds that similar actions should be taken at the junction between the boulevard Founders and Juan Navarro.