There are still about two and a half miles left for Bra's ring road, inaugurated in the 1998, to join the state 231 in the direction of Fossano-Cuneo. If there will be no problems in the coming months, this can happen within the 2006. These were the times for Roberto Russo, Transport Director of the Town of Bra, by the compartmental director of Anas for Piedmont and Valle d'Aosta, engineer Vincenzo Perra, during a meeting on the treble ring that had also involved the Public Works Councilors, Francesco Guida, and the patronage, Giuseppe Rosciano, of the Provincial Administration. The procedure for the intervention contract has already begun, to finish at the beginning of 2005. From that date, within six months, work will begin on a solar year, with the connection between the state and the ring road already in the 2006. Engineer Perra and his co-worker, engineer Bortolan, have also said that the best system for catching the tangenziale with the Asti-Cuneo motorway is being evaluated, as well as reassuring the Province of Cuneo on financing the intervention at ' another head of the tangential, in the hamlet Bandito, where the shipyard has already begun to build the roundabout that will connect the Bra-Carmagnola with the same tangenziale, as well as redesign the access to the streets and streets of the braid section. Right on this point, local government administrators have emphasized how the work at Bandito is proceeding in full respect of the times and in accordance with the design and modalities involved.
The delegation then visited the Pollenzo Agency complex, with a survey of roadside in the area around the University of Gastronomic Sciences. At the margins of the meeting, the Russian Minister said: "Today's meeting has been a useful comparison on a topic such as the completion of the West Tangenziale, which is particularly in the heart of our administration. Bring to completion and full functionality the work, as has already happened in other realities near us, will allow us to increasingly stimulate the use of fast-moving roads, thereby freeing the center and the collateral pathways. Only through these infrastructures will it be possible to make crossing traffic more fluid, especially heavy, without penalizing the historic center with obvious environmental, safety and viability implications. What emerged from the encounter with Anas and Province, I think, takes us in this direction. " (Rg)