The Minister of Water, Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Environment, Antonio Luengo, visited today the rural roads of Mula in which repair and conditioning works have been carried out, amounting to 401,000 euros, by the General Directorate of Water , and within the Rural Development Program, action co-financed by 63 percent with Feader funds, 26 percent by the Autonomous Community and 11 percent by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.
Specifically, it has intervened on the road from Las Piñuelas to the RM-C6, with a length of 6 kilometers and an average width of 4.6 meters.
In areas in good condition, a microagglomerate layer has been applied, and in the rest of the way, in a worse state, it has been bumpy and regularized, and a new asphalt agglomerate tread layer has been put on.
In addition, vertical and horizontal signage has been reinforced, and bionda barriers have been installed in several sections.
The road links the urban area of â€‹â€‹Pliego with the regional road RM-C6 and serves some 65 plots of rainfed and irrigated crops, fallows and forest surfaces, as well as three livestock farms.
The investment made in this way has been just over 191,000 euros.
"The regional government has a clear commitment with the municipalities to fix and condition rural roads that allow thousands of Murcia access to livestock farms, farm plots or rural environments. With these actions we guarantee their conservation," said Antonio Luengo.
As regards the Alquibla road, its length is about 4 kilometers and the average width of 5.3 meters.
The actions carried out have consisted of the regularization and patching of the current firm with subsequent extension of a new asphalt agglomerate rolling layer.
In addition, the conditioning of this road has been completed with the installation of salvacunetas passages, the construction of a floodplain of concrete, protected with a stone screed, slope of slopes with breakwater, as protection of the erosion by runoff waters, reinforcement of both horizontal and vertical signaling and installation of bionda barriers.
The Alquibla road has access to the regional road RM-C2 and serves 32 irrigated agricultural plots, mainly almond and fruit trees, as well as a livestock farm.
The investment made in this way has been 210,000 euros.