11-10-2019 by redazione
The redevelopment of the Malindi roads, which urgently needed to be repaired, is proceeding at an almost unnatural speed and the first phase is about to be completed, which involves covering the holes and re-furfacing the section from the Casuarina Road intersection with the Parco Marino road to Navy, from the Coral Key Road intersection to the new Court and from the Post Office to the beginning of the seafront promenade.
It is expected that in a few days you can then start the most important and expensive work, that of the Seafront Road, from the Museum of House of Columns to the Baobab. The most uneven road is also what should be a bit 'business card of the Malindi tourist, or at least once was.
Working at night as well, the Mombasa-based company Equistar is renovating the roads, always leaving a lane in order not to cause too much discomfort to motorists, even if some stretches of road are inevitably closed. Yesterday the trucks, bulldozers and rollers stood in front of the former Standard Bank and the entrance to the Piazzetta del cambio (Uhuru Garden). The road was closed for a few hours.
Just as we pushed hard for the start of these jobs in the off-season, so are we on the field every day to make sure that they end before the Christmas holidays, to finally have a viable Malindi and with a less ruined image.
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