Costa Rica News – San Jose’s streets and avenues are getting a makeover.
The work began on Tuesday. 1,666 vertical signs, such as stop signs, will be installed or replaced due to discoloration or damage. Reflective strikes are another addition. Also, there will be white and yellow lines redone or added as well as other horizontal indications.
The work is to be done at night from 10pm to 4am.
The investment will be ¢ 222 million, the local government reported. Mayor Johnny Araya is behind the project.
It’s a second stage to the demarcation that began improving highways last year, when 15 km of downtown San Jose was recharged.
Now they want to ensure that all routes of the historic center are correctly marked both vertically and horizontally.