Resurfacing of the TF-1 motorway will continue in Granadilla this week
The Tenerife Cabildo have informed that this week they will continue with the resurfacing of the TF-1 motorway in the south of Tenerife, and will complete the works on a 5.2km stretch between the Granadilla Industrial Estate and San Isidro, by laying the last layer of asphalt, known as the wearing course.
The Vice President of the Cabildo and Island Councillor for Highways, Enrique Arriaga, stressed that this last phase of the work confirms the improvement in driving conditions and safety.
Work will start tonight (Sunday) and finish on Thursday between kilometres 51.8 and 57, being carried out overnight between 10pm and 6am on 1km sections per night, with various diversions in place to maintain traffic flow.
Resurfacing will begin at junction 52 for Granadilla Industrial Park, Access B, and junction 55 for San Isidro and El Médano. This means traffic heading south from Sunday (tonight) to Tuesday, wishing to access the Granadilla Industrial Estate or the towns of San Isidro, Granadilla, or El Médano, must continue to junction 59 for the South Airport, make a U-turn and return towards Santa Cruz and come off on that side for these destinations.
Vehicles that want to go towards Adeje from the Granadilla Industrial Estate, must leave towards Santa Cruz until Junction 49 (Chimiche), and then make a U-turn to join towards Adeje, while those who want to do so from CoCarmen must go parallel to the motorway towards Adeje and join the 'Los Cardones' exit on to the TF-1.
On Wednesday (April 6th) and Thursday (April 7th), the works will only affect junction 55. To access San Isidro, Granadilla, or El Médano, including the CoCarmen area, vehicles must continue to junction 59 (South Airport), make a U-turn, and return towards Santa Cruz until exiting at junction 57.
On both nights, vehicles wishing to go towards Adeje from San Isidro, El Médano, or the Cardones area, must leave towards Santa Cruz until junction 52 (Polígono Industrial de Granadilla), and make a U-turn to join towards Adeje.
These works are part of the TF-1 resurfacing plan that has been ongoing since last April, and which has an execution period of approximately fourteen months. In total, the works, carried out by Sacyr, will resurface nearly 40 kilometres of the TF-1 between Adeje and Arico.
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