Potholes on the asphalt and flooding – The Province of Civitavecchia

Potholes on the asphalt and flooding – The Province of Civitavecchia
Potholes on the asphalt and flooding – The Province of Civitavecchia

CERVETERI – A shower of rain yesterday afternoon was enough to expose all the critical issues in many Etruscan streets. The storm hit violently and the hail also fell but the controversy had already been going on for days due to the presence of the potholes, now even bigger. Index pointed against the state of abandonment not only in the suburbs but also a short distance from the urban center. Chain of reports in via Brandolini, via Rio dei Combattenti especially due to the pavement being reduced to shreds. Citizens who also made themselves heard from via Corrado da Magonza. “That road is impassable – a resident vents – it hasn’t been resurfaced for more than half a century.” It is actually difficult to travel through many areas of Cerveteri calmly, especially on the peripheral arteries. Via di Zambra, via San Paolo, via Fontana Morella are just some of the busiest ones where a serious restyling would be needed. The emergency is not over even on Via Settevene Palo Nuova, which has only been redeveloped in some sections by the Metropolitan City of Rome Capital. The craters are always evident and the journey is tortuous even for the ambulance drivers heading to the Padre Pio hospital in Bracciano. On the other provincial road Furbara-Sasso it is an odyssey for commuters who are forced to slalom between the cracks every day. In recent days the inhabitants are also calling for interventions in Cerenova and Campo di Mare.

Degradation is also progressing on the pavements invaded by weeds and brushwood. Others, however, are bumpy and for disabled people and mothers with strollers it is always a challenge: all that remains is to pass in the middle of the road. The municipal workers started the reclamation starting from the hamlet of Valcanneto. ©ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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