Starting in the 1950s, timber and fishing industries developed in Concepción with intense commercial activity. As a result, the city received immigrants from the country that puts pressure on the urban site of Concepción and the zone, forcing the government to transform Concepción from the provincial capital into the regional capital. From the ruins left by the earthquakes of 1939 and 1960, arose a modern city, that since the 1980s is filled with large buildings that gave a new face to our city. Within this urban development bustling with people, was born the need to close off main roads to transform them into pedestrian walkways. In this context, and looking towards the third millennium, came the new city of Concepción, equipped with street furniture, immersed in a landscape full of colour, offering comfort and solace to its inhabitants.