By ANGEL GUARACHI / La Razon
Bolivian Road Administrator (ABC in Spanish for Administradora Boliviana de Caminos), Cinthia Prado. Photo © ABC®
LA PAZ, Bolivia .— The Bolivian Road Administrator (ABC) reported that all the country's roads are passable.
This is to allow people to make trips during the holiday for Easter.
This was announced by the disaster prevention specialist at ABC, Cinthia Prado, in a report by Radio Fides.
However, the pathways to Achacachi should go with caution because the rains are still continuing, according to a report by ABC's.
The specialist asked drivers to be cautious, especially those who travel to the Shrine of Our Lady of Copacabana, because there are pilgrims going on foot.
"It is recommended to respect speed limits, (...) is quite risky to exceed the limits and asks that you please respect the vertical and horizontal signaling that we have established," said the official of the ABC.
Source: LA RAZON®