No time was wasted in Zocca. Work starts today, which will have to be completed in ten days, to avoid the risk of isolating the capital from heavy traffic, including school traffic, after the two subsidences that affected the Brasa Pass state road 623 downstream and upstream of the town. For those coming from the plain, the artery has been forbidden by Anas to vehicles weighing more than 3.5 tons, while to the south, between the Lame village and the intersection with the municipal road that leads to Montalto di Montese, transit takes place one-way alternating with traffic lights. Very fast times, therefore. “Immediately after the inspection by the Deputy Minister for Infrastructure Galeazzo Bignami, which took place on Wednesday evening – says the mayor Fedrico Ropa – he had made a commitment to take immediate action to solve the problem. So it was. Yesterday morning at the site of the road subsidence c ‘it was the technical staff of Anas, including the construction manager, the staff of the Fondovalle mill, the company in charge of carrying out the works, a geologist from the civil protection, and us as a municipality”. At the north entrance of Zocca, Anas has accepted the Municipality’s proposal which provides for the widening of the carriageway upstream of the road on municipal land sold free of charge, while after the Lame subsidence a wall will be built downstream of the road which is collapsing and micro poles to hold up the roadway. “Both are temporary interventions – explains the mayor -. An executive project will follow for the definitive viability of the two areas. We will still have a few days of suffering”. Meanwhile, yesterday morning the provincial road 324 between Sestola and Roncoscaglia reopened to transit, and the interruption to transit between Riolunato and Montecreto continues.