The Cabildo continues with the improvement of the TF-1, which will arrive next week at the San Eugenio link

The Roads and Mobility area of ​​the Cabildo de Tenerife will continue the resurfacing process of the TF-1 during the next week, between kilometer points 78.3 and 76.3, in the direction of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Therefore, the links of Playa Fañabé (76), Costa Adeje (78), Adeje (79) and San Eugenio (75) will be affected, the Cabildo reported this Saturday in a statement.

The Cabildo will signal and report the corresponding detours for each of these exits in order to guarantee safety in night traffic.

The works will be carried out between the night of Sunday 7 and the morning of Friday 12, from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m., to avoid inconvenience to drivers.

The traffic diversion will be made before the section of action towards the capital, so that all vehicles will circulate on the same road with a single lane in each direction.

Regarding the detours, until Tuesday the vehicles that circulate in the direction of Santa Cruz de Tenerife and wish to access any of the affected areas must continue to the San Eugenio junction (75), where they can make a U-turn and return in direction Santa Cruz to your destination.

As of Wednesday, the day on which work will begin in San Eugenio, those who travel in the same direction and want to access any of these areas must make the U-turn at the Playa de las Américas link (73).

Likewise, vehicles seeking to join the highway in the direction of Santa Cruz from any of the closed junctions should exit towards Guía de Isora to the junction of La Vera and Playa San Juan (87), to make a U-turn and circulate towards the capital.

These works are part of the TF-1 resurfacing plan that has been underway since last April and which includes an execution period of approximately 14 months.

In total, the works, carried out by SACYR, will include about 40 kilometers of the road between Adeje and Arico.

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