This intervention has achieved greater safety and comfort at the pedestrian traffic
The Ministry of Public Works and Planning has completed work to eliminate architectural barriers in the streets of Totana General Páramo, located in the historic center of town.
The action has been implemented through a subsidy granted to local authorities in the region for performances of universal access in public spaces and buildings.
This project is included in the program of removal of architectural barriers and planning with the regional government seeks to ensure accessibility to disabled people in the 45 municipalities of the Region.
The Director General of Planning and Housing, Antonio Navarro, said that development works "have included the placement of access ramps and stairs to the road side safety rails and slip-resistant floor."
Navarro said that with this new provision of ramps and stairs and the installation of the new evidence "has gained in safety and comfort for residents of the municipality, but especially for children, the elderly and those with reduced mobility."
These are groups to which this aid program gives special attention because, said the regional government responsible, "are more prone to pedestrian accidents such as falling or slipping."
"These actions have already been conducted in many municipalities in the region, who are particularly aware of accessibility as well as the regional government," he said Navarro.