Oliva and Piles will connect their beaches through a bridge in Costa Blanca

The Diputación de Valencia will finance the construction of the bridge.

The deputy mayor of Oliva, Ana Morell, and the Councillor for Urban Planning, Miguel Monzonís, met last week with the deputy of Roads, Rafael García, and the director of Roads of the Diputación de Valencia, Javier Piedra, with the aim of talking about of the project of connection along the coast between the beaches of Oliva and Piles in Costa Blanca.
Through this project, it is intended to build a bridge that will link the avenue of the Llauradors of Oliva and with Piles along the coast and they also perform the jobs of the bridge over the Palmera-Beniteixir cliff that separates these two cities. During the meeting, the deputy of Roads confirmed to the municipal representatives that the Diputación de Valencia will finance this project.
These projects have been incorporated into the Roads of Territorial Interest Program of the Diputación de Valencia. The project of the jobs will be drafted throughout 2021 and the adjudication and start of the proceedings is planned between 2022 and 2023. The Town Hall of Oliva is in charge of obtaining the permission of the Júcar Hydrographic Confederation for the construction of the bridge and the relevant studies of flooding of the Patricova, the Territorial Action Plan of a sectoral character on the prevention of flood risk in the Valencian Community.
According to the vice mayor, “Oliva has a lack of connections and accesses. That is why we want this project to serve in a second phase to develop a new access between the town and the beach through the Terranova road”.
On the other hand, Miguel Monzonís said that “we are making a new territorial design that can end the isolation that Oliva suffers with connections for many years. In just six months, the new southern access of Oliva and the definitive unlocking of this project has been achieved”.

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Almudena Galán

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