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Romania opens road to nowhere as modernisation Strategy hits dead end

Last updated on November 4, 2019

Locals from the Romanian city of Piatra Neamt have been obscured with a recently opened road to nowhere.

The 200-meter road, which cost $100,000, ends suddenly at a field, using a sweeping and a”prevent” street marking. The Mayor of Piatra Neamt asserts the street a part of a modernization strategy of the region.

You will find ongoing protests from the nation within its absence of motorways and infrastructure.

The effort was initiated by author Stefan Malachi. Mobilizing a group of 17 guys, Manolachi assembled a meter of street in his home city of Suceava in only 1 day. Afterward, he declared he’d stop all activities of the restaurant chain, for 15 minutes, to protest the absence of motorways from Moldavia and across the nation.