The regional business confederation, CROEM, once known the intention to vary the Alguazas link project with the future Arco Noroeste highway, which is being built, adds to the claims of the Vega Media business association, ASECOM, so that project remains in its original approach.
According to the information provided by ASECOM, the project has changed from its original position at the junction with the MU 531 road of Alguazas-Campos del Río about two kilometers further north.
This moves the project to an area without access and in which it would be necessary to build, simultaneously, a parallel service road to the highway to reach from Alguazas and a section over six kilometers to connect with the Campos del Río road.
The access works of the MU 531 road from the entrance and exit link of the highway to Alguazas and Campos del Río would correspond to the Autonomous Community of Murcia and the access node of the highway would be paid by the Ministry of Development.
That is, this would require coordination of the two projects in order to use the new link to the highway, something that is not approved or has an execution date.
Entrepreneurs, merchants and citizens of Alguazas, and with them CROEM, opt for the link to the current Campos del Río highway, as the initial project contemplated.
ASECOM has maintained contacts in recent months with the General Directorate of Roads and the City Council of the town of Alguaceña to show that the execution of the project in its first conception would save considerable time and budget, since the construction of a new road Alguazas-Campos del Río would be much more expensive than the adequacy of MU 531.
In fact, the City of Alguazas, although it presented last October the plans of the new project and processed the change of location of the link, rectified its approach to re-request the original project from the General Directorate of Roads, thus responding to the will Majority of businessmen and neighbors.
CROEM shows its full support for the requests of the Alguazas society and especially its businessmen, since a better link between the town and the future Northwest Arc Highway will contribute to the greater economic development of the population.