The inconveniences caused by the difficult roads connecting the capital to Brasov or the roundabouts designed to divert the heavy traffic are now history. The highway Bucharest-Brasov, DN 1A Cheia-Sacele-Brasov and DN 1E Brasov-Rasnov became secure roads, where the tourists can drive safely and pleasantly.
High Level Inspection
The Transports minister Radu Berceanu, recently inspected the roads connecting Bucharest to Brasov and the county roads, assisted by the Prefect Aurelian Danu and the mayor George Scripcaru. Although DN 1 from Ploiesti to Sacele and the sector Rasnov-Poiana Brasov caused a lots of problems the last winter, they are now sure roads. The heavy traffic was diverted on DN 1, in order to deplete Bucuresti-Brasov road. The tourists arriving from Otopeni airport can drive safely and conveniently to Brasov.
Changes and Interventions
The prefect Danu stated that the roads will be classified according the vehicles: ?Changes will be made where necessary, for instance where the curves don?t allow two tracks to pass one another. The landslides caused by the rainfalls require an immediate intervention. The road and the railway will be levelled away?.
A metropolitan Area
The infrastructure is a priority on the mayor?s agenda. ?Many tourists who visited Brasov noticed the improvements we have made on the thoroughfare. Our interest is to attract as many tourists as possible by offering them the best conditions, in order to persuade them to spend the vacation here. We have a touring offer potential all the year round. Even the European Union?s representatives agreed our country has touring potential?, mayor Scripcaru stated.
The rehabilitation of the roads also facilitates the mission of the Romanian Diaspora, preoccupied to develop various relationships between Brasov and other metropolitan areas in the world. The couple Vasile and Doina Dolbea, residents in Germany, supported by Mariana Alexe, fought to establish friendly relationship between Brasov and Nuremberg; their goal to persuade the German investors to come in Brasov will be now easier to accomplish.