The government of Tlalnepantla informed that it will continue until the last day of the administration with the maintenance of the secondary road infrastructure and the steps for the Board of Roads of the State of Mexico to provide attention to the primary roads that are within its competence in this demarcation, in accordance with current legal provisions.
During the administration headed by municipal president Raciel Pérez Cruz, the government of Tlalnepantla has used more than 16 thousand tons of asphalt mix for patching works that covered an area of 190 thousand square meters in 225 communities, through the ‘Bacherita’ conference.
4,140 reports were attended, mainly in San Juan Ixhuatepec, Viveros de la Loma, Tlalnepantla Centro, San Bartolo Tenayuca, Ahuehuetes, Los Reyes Iztacala 1a. and 2nd. Section, Dr. Jorge Jiménez Cantú, La Presa industrial subdivision, Lázaro Cárdenas 2a. and 3rd. Section, Gardens of Santa Mónica, La Laguna, among others.
According to the Gazette of the Government of the State of Mexico number 103, published on June 8, 2015, the primary roads of Tlalnepantla in charge of the State Board of Roads are the Ceylán Avenue, Vía Gustavo Baz, Barrientos-Lago de Guadalupe, Vialidad Santa Mónica, Indios Verdes-San Juan Ixhuatepec, Boulevard Manuel Ávila Camacho and its sides.
In these roads, the Board of Roads must “plan, program, budget and execute the actions aimed at conserving, building and modernizing the toll-free road infrastructure”, as established in its General Organization Manual.
Too “administer, preserve, control, monitor and regulate the use and exploitation of the right of way and security zones, meeting the requirements of public lighting and installation of signage horizontal and vertical to improve walkability in the State of Mexico; and develop traffic engineering studies focused on preventing and guaranteeing safety, with devices for traffic control ”.
The lack of maintenance in the asphalt layer and the public lighting of the primary road infrastructure has caused various accidents and damage to vehicles, whose owners have requested payment for breakdowns or their repair. Affected citizens are provided with information about the authority to which they should turn to exercise their right to petition.