The Government prioritizes a third lane in Guamasa


The Deputy Minister of Infrastructure of the Government of the Canary Islands, Francisco Javier González, has shown this Thursday the “commitment” of the regional executive to do “what is necessary” to solve the traffic problems in Tenerife, and has prioritized the construction of a third lane in the section of the TF-5 highway in Guamasa and its new entrance to the northern airport.

The head of Infrastructure made these statements on the occasion of the third meeting on mobility that the president of the Tenerife Cabildo, Rosa Dávila, held this day with different groups, administrations and entities, after their last joint conversations in July and September. Dávila, during the election campaign, promised to solve the complex traffic problems on the island in 90 days, which was already fulfilled months ago.

González said that he has seen “complicity” in the meeting, something that will allow “moving forward and achieving objectives”, while celebrating having put on the table something that previous governments “had given up on”: the third rail in the Guamasa-Tenerife North Airport section.

Likewise, he continued, “nothing is going to stop” because, as he said, there are projects that are already underway and others that need administrative steps to get them on track.

“The Cabildo of Tenerife has diagnosed problems with the links and will work to address them so that the institution can execute projects with the authorizations of the Government of the Canary Islands,” he stated.

The president of the Cabildo, Rosa Dávila, has said that the institution has identified nine links that, regardless of whether the responsibility lies with the Government of the Canary Islands, will be addressed with a budget of around 30 million euros.

Thus, he highlighted that it will be a priority to establish solutions as the lane splits arrive, on the TF-5 and TF-1, North and South highways.

Regarding the meeting with the groups, Dávila has optimistically assessed the meeting with the different representatives and has highlighted the “close” work with the Government of the Canary Islands to identify the ways to address.

In that sense, he added that the island’s sustainable mobility plan, in the public information phase, has been praised by representatives and authorities for “its exhaustive level of diagnosis.”



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