This crater was detected Wednesday on the Juan Pablo II bridge on the Alajuela-San Jose direction. Photo crhoy.com
QCOSTARICA – Driving into San Jose, in the area of the Juan Pablo II bridge of the autopista General Cañas, will get complicated in the coming days with the return to ‘normal’ traffic conditions.
A giant hole on the bridge has caused one of the two lanes to be closed to traffic.
According to Diego Herrera, head of the San Jose detachment of the Policia de Transito, the ‘crater’ was detected early Wednesday morning. A temporary repair, the pouring of concrete to fill the hole, did not take.
Since 2012, the Laboratorio Nacional de Materiales y Modelos Estructurales (Lanamme) de la Universidad de Costa Rica – National Laboratory of Materials