15:22 | 14.02.24 | News | 14183

The infrastructure of Arpi village was developed with the support of Viva-MTS

Viva-MTS and the Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets (FPWC) have implemented several infrastructure development projects in the village of Arpi, located along the Yerevan-Goris highway.

Initially, central and secondary roads were illuminated, and then – a 1.7 km section of the M2 interstate highway, passing through the village.

In order to solve the existing problems and to support the community, the partners have pursued an optimal solution: they reinforced the traffic lights along the village-passing highway, and provided the replaced 48 LED lights to the community. They can be used to illuminate other areas or for modernization.

The heavy M2 interstate highway splits the village into two. The 48 of the 60-watt LED headlights installed back in 2020 were replaced by 120-watt ones, ensuring brighter illumination. The system is now functioning; it is operated automatically. The nighttime illumination of the section has significantly improved. Both residents and drivers say the solution has proved effective.

The results of the project implemented within the partnership between Viva-MTS and the Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets provides a lasting and targeted impact.