The Government of President Nayib Bukele, through the Ministry of Public Works, delivered the installation project for the lighting system with solar technology on the Camino a Surf City highway, which connects with the La Libertad beach circuit and contributes to the revitalization of the country’s tourist spaces and the modernization of the road network.
This project consists of the installation of 212 translucent posts, with solar panels, which were installed by the Ministry of Public Works on the sides of this important road, in which the colors of the country’s flag are reflected. The delivery was in charge of the Minister of Public Works, Romeo Rodríguez, and the Minister of Tourism, Morena Valdez.
“Tourism cannot exist without basic services, and part of these basic services are good road connectivity and good lighting. Salvadorans, distant brothers who visit us, will surely see this in a different way,” said the Minister of Tourism.
The execution of the Surf City strategy by the Government has allowed El Salvador to position itself as one of the main tourist destinations, which has allowed the strengthening of the country’s economy and the attraction of new investments.
“There are several works that are being carried out to facilitate improvements in trade and tourism throughout our country. One of the works that we work with the Ministry of Tourism is the lighting of Camino a Surf City. We have invested $1.7 million to guarantee that our roads, in this case Camino a Surf City, have all the road safety”, said Minister Rodríguez.
The luminaires have been installed every 50 meters away from each other and transversally, one in front of the other. The 6.5 kilometer Camino a Surf City will be illuminated in blue and white.