Spanish Government Allocates 23.7 Million To Preserve Three Sections Until 2025

Spanish Government Allocates 23.7 Million To Preserve Three Sections Until 2025

The Government allocates 23.7 million to preserve the sections of the C-32, C-33 and C-31 until 2025. It also approves 13.4 million to maintain horizontal signage on the road network.

The Government has approved this Tuesday in the Executive Council to allocate 23.7 million to preserve until 2025 the sections of the C-32 north, C-33 and C-31 motorways that will cease to be toll from August 31, 2021.

This expense will serve to promote the new comprehensive conservation contract approved this Tuesday, with a multi-year scope, which will be used for the ordinary maintenance of the functional elements of these roads, as reported in a statement.

The new contract includes the ordinary maintenance operations of elements such as vertical and horizontal signaling, safety barriers, lighting or road markings. On August 31, 2021, the contract with the Invicat concession company, which manages and operates these motorways of the Generalitat, ends and, once this date has passed, the Catalan Executive will take over.

The Government has also approved this Tuesday in the Executive Council an investment of 13.4 million for the maintenance of horizontal signaling in the road network until 2025, as reported in a statement.

In total, this contract will cover more than 5,000 kilometers of roads managed by the Generalitat and assigned to the territorial services of Barcelona, ​​Girona, Lleida, Tarragona and Terres de l’Ebre (Tarragona). The aim of these works is to guarantee the “adequate” state of the road markings and, thus, to promote driving safety.

The Government allocates 23.7 million to preserve the sections of the C-32, C-33 and C-31 until 2025. It also approves 13.4 million to maintain horizontal signage on the road network.

The Government has approved this Tuesday in the Executive Council to allocate 23.7 million to preserve until 2025 the sections of the C-32 north, C-33 and C-31 motorways that will cease to be toll from August 31, 2021.

This expense will serve to promote the new comprehensive conservation contract approved this Tuesday, with a multi-year scope, which will be used for the ordinary maintenance of the functional elements of these roads, as reported in a statement.

The new contract includes the ordinary maintenance operations of elements such as vertical and horizontal signaling, safety barriers, lighting or road markings. On August 31, 2021, the contract with the Invicat concession company, which manages and operates these motorways of the Generalitat, ends and, once this date has passed, the Catalan Executive will take over.

The Government has also approved this Tuesday in the Executive Council an investment of 13.4 million for the maintenance of horizontal signaling in the road network until 2025, as reported in a statement.

In total, this contract will cover more than 5,000 kilometers of roads managed by the Generalitat and assigned to the territorial services of Barcelona, ​​Girona, Lleida, Tarragona and Terres de l’Ebre (Tarragona). The aim of these works is to guarantee the “adequate” state of the road markings and, thus, to promote driving safety.

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