By Linda Hall • 13 November 2019 • 13:30
THE footbridge over the Calpe section of the N-332 should soon become a reality.
The national government, which is responsible for Spain’s main roads and motorways, has put out to tender contracts for maintaining the AP-7 toll road which reverts to the State next year.
Not only does this appears to confirm that the State will abolish tolls but the Ministry of Public Works €13.78 million tender for the AP-7’s Alicante section involves work on the N-332.
This will connect Calpe’s CV-746 with the N-332 and include the much-needed footbridge linking the town centre with residential areas.
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