The City Council of Mijas has opened to the public this Friday the parking from La Candelarialocated in the population center of Las Lagunas, an infrastructure that makes available to residents a total of 506 new placesof which 300 are for subscribers and the rest for rotation, as announced today by the mayor, Josele González.
This has been highlighted by the councilor in the opening of the new car parkwhere he has been accompanied by the first deputy mayor and mayor of Energy Efficiency, Works and Infrastructures, José Carlos Martín.
González has highlighted that “as of today, the more than 500 seats that this parking they are made available for use by the neighbors”, while explaining that on the occasion of the opening from the Consistory they will be launched “15 days courtesy for users of this space”.
With this measure before the inauguration of the new infrastructure, the local Administration intends facilitate “that the neighbors know the facilitiesbeing open turn the new square created on top for the enjoyment of the general public.
For his part, Martín reported that “this investment of 8 million euros paid by the municipal coffers put at the service of the neighbors a total of 506 new placesof which 300 are for subscribers and the rest for rotation”.
The municipal official added that “this new facility is completely adapted for people with reduced mobilityboth in the width of the parking lots and in the lifts and all entrances”.
This investment of 8 million euros, covered entirely by the municipal coffers, comes to provide the area with 506 new parking spaces in the heart of the urban nucleus in front of spaces such as the Theater or the Ciudad Deportiva Regino Hernández Martín. This commissioning is essential, not only for the comfort of the neighbors who live in this area, but also for the promotion of trade and leisure and sports activities.
In addition to do not contemplate architectural barriers and the implementation of elevators, the parking has special width parking spaces with 5 meters in length, 2.40 meters in width and 1.20 meters in area of approach for people with reduced mobility.