The TF-5 tails, even more so now, with the return of schoolchildren, it continues to be one of the biggest concerns of Tenerife residents. From the Tenerife CouncilRosa Dávila, its president, announced that it was “a priority” to put an end to them and, little by little, possible solutions are becoming known.
The last? Within the intention of the island Corporation to end queues on the TF-5, Dávila has pointed out that they hope to reduce the removal times of vehicles that have broken down on the road: “We are going to remove heavy vehicles at peak times“Starting in October, we will also sign agreements with tow truck companies to remove damaged or damaged cars on the TF-5 in less than 15 minutes.”
These statements, made in Cope Tenerifewere justified by Dávila assuring that “in winter” it can take “more than an hour and a half due to a minor crash and that cannot be.”