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MONDAY 14 INDUCTS THE URBANISATION OF THE PLAZA OF THE HOTEL, THAT WILL CONNECT THE MARITIME WALK WITH THE PORT 

 

 

 

 

From Monday September 14, 2020, will shut the fit at the dry dock since the Maritime Walk, as a consequence of the onset of the works of urbanisation of the plaza of the Hotel Port. At this case the calendar a priori is that the communication among the maritime walk and the port will be ended up at ends of the month of November. The two works form part of the last phases of the posed at kick of the hotel, foreseen for the first quarter of 2021.

 

 

START OF PROVISIONAL ROUND WORKS TO PROMOTE MOBILITY AROUND THE PORT HOTEL 

 

On Monday 17 August, work will begin on the construction of a temporary roundabout that will be built at the northern entrance to the Port to encourage mobility around the hotel, which is scheduled to start operating in the first quarter of 2021. It’s a temporary solution until the final distribution of traffic management is executed with the construction of the railway bridge and a final roundabout and is enabled to provide space for parking maneuvers and accessibility to the hotel for collective vehicles, public and private services that go to the hotel establishment, while not affecting the mobility of accesses to the port area. The forecast of the works, which will affect the operation of the barriers, is set at three weeks. The improvement has been scheduled during the central weeks of August as the month of activity and in no case will it mean the interruption of traffic, although at some stage it may involve the alternative passage by directions of travel.