He Marbella Town Hall will bet on the smart mobility around the Bulevar de San Pedro Alcántara with a series of actions at pedestrian crossings and with the installation of an electronic speed meter, which They will improve road safety in the area.
He city spokespersonFélix Romero, has explained, after the meeting of the local government board, that the initiative, which is in bidding, has a lead time of less than three months and a planned investment of 185,000 euros.
“We are before one of the most emblematic points of the municipalitya meeting place for neighbors and visitors, which will serve as a test to later extend it to other parts of the municipality”, stated Romero, who specified that the project forms part of the Edusi Strategy ‘Marbella Sustainable City Model’80% co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (Feder) within the framework of the Plurirregional Operational Program of Spain (POPE) 2014-2020.
The works that will be developed around this intervention, to which Bids may be submitted until July 31.include the renewal of horizontal and vertical signaling in a total of eleven pedestrian crossings in order to be able to execute a safe layout for pedestrians and drivers that transit through this point of the municipality.
In addition, it is projected renewal of vertical signs through intelligent steps, their repainting and the replacement and new installation of information radars along the boulevard. The sidewalk will also be raised to improve visibility and minimize the time it takes to cross the road.
This next project is presented after having completed the remodeling of Avenida del Trapiche. A project that from the City Council expressed that it had had a “great complexity” due to the complete renovation of the infrastructures, sidewalks and street furniture.
However, this remodeling on Avenida del Trapiche will extend to Arias de Velasco avenueas reported by the City Council, “it will be carried out now because in the month of September, with the start of the school year, traffic increases and it would be unfeasible”.