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CTSSP demands the abolition of the level crossing of Los Mateos (16/05/2018)

The municipal group announces that it will meet with the neighbors to know first hand all their demands

On the occasion of the accident in Los Mateos, CTSSP has reiterated once again its demand for ADIF to comply with the legislation and to eliminate all the steps at the level demanded by the residents of Cartagena.

CTSSP recalled that more than a year ago (March 2017) the City Council of Cartagena approved a motion by the group to respond to the residents of La Palma and Pozo Estrecho, and that they are still waiting for ADIF to end with the insecurity in these councils.

The purple formation has insisted that the problem of level crossings is a danger for the whole of the citizenship, pedestrians, cyclists and drivers of vehicles, but especially for children and adults who live in the affected areas.

CTSSP believes that it is not fair that neighbors live together for many years with this problem, which is not a specific issue but also affects Los Mateos several towns such as Alumbres, La Palma and Pozo Estrecho.

Also, the municipal group considers it immoral that the necessary measures are not taken to prevent this type of accident, measures that are included in the law, which are easy to apply and whose responsibility fully corresponds to ADIF and the Ministry of Development, who must give explanations to the citizenship of the abandonment that they are practicing.

Finally, the municipal group of PODEMOS has announced that it will meet with the residents of Los Mateos, to learn first hand the totality of their demands and to continue joining forces in order to achieve the comprehensive rehabilitation of the neighborhood and compliance with the Phoenix Manifesto

Source: CTSSP

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