The City Council of Estepona has launched this Monday the underground car park in the surroundings of the Plaza del Ajedrezbeing the fifth car park in the city that offers seasonal cost of 1 euro per dayas reported by the City Council.
This new public facility has a total of 500 parking spaceshalf of them in rotation and the rest owned for residents of the city.
Its about fifth car park of the municipal network with a cost of 1 euro per day for the user, with which a valuable social worksince these facilities are managed by an entity that favors the insertion of people with disabilities.
This network of car parks already has a total of more than 1,350 places located in the central Antonia Guerrero square, San Lorenzo avenue, the new City Hall of Estepona and the Athletics Stadium.
The project has included exterior urbanization of the upper square of the parkingwith the creation of different garden areas and leisure spaces for the citizen. Likewise, the integral remodeling of the adjoining streets Mallorca, Menorca and Francisco Gutiérrez has been carried out.
Specifically, it has been new paving and surface beautification of the square and the mentioned adjoining streets; as well as improvements in the sanitation network with a new sewage and rainwater collector, the replacement of deteriorated elements in the water supply network, a new public lighting network, the repair and replacement of electricity services and improvements in telecommunications infrastructure.
The City Council continues to complement the sustainable city model with this pioneering ‘municipal parking plan’, with the cost of 1 euro per day for the user. At the moment, the drafting of the project for what will be the sixth parking lot of this network, which will be located in the surroundings of the Carmen church, which will have capacity for about 330 vehicles, half in rotation and the rest in regime proprietary.
To this equipment will be added other tres, which are in the study phaseand which will be located in the area of San Fernando, Plaza ABC and the José Ramón de la Morena complex.