Two right turns eliminated near Parque la Sabana

Traffic engineers have eliminated two right turns that would put motorists on the way to the Autopista General Cañas.

One is at Soda Tapia and the other is at the northwest corner of Parque la Sabana. The change was made Saturday at 5 a.m. but just announced Monday.

The reason for the change is because two pedestrian crossings have been installed and westbound motorists turning right would cross where pedestrians are walking.

The highway that runs along the north side of Parque la Sabana is Calle 42. Signs are being installed to show motorists the way, and traffic police are assisting.

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