New seven-storey car park facility approved in Ronda

New seven-storey car park facility approved in Ronda. image: creative commons

Ronda has its new car park facility approved by the Provincial Urban Planning Commission in Malaga

A large park and ride project is one of the most important schemes of the current legislature of the Town Hall of the Malaga municipality of Ronda. This Friday, March 18, it was approved by the Provincial Urban Planning Commission, at the Government’s territorial delegation in Malaga.

Maria de la Paz Fernandez, the mayor of Ronda travelled to Malaga accompanied by Jesus Vazquez, the municipal Town Planning delegate. “This is the last step in the administrative process prior to what will be the development of a project that has been described as essential for the town”, said Ms Fernandez.

The construction of the new car park will take place in the San Francisco de Ronda neighbourhood of Ronda. An investment of around €5 million is being made in this new facility, which will comprise seven floors in a constructed area of ​​around 12,000m².

“The new car park will be positive for many reasons, since it will allow vehicle traffic through the historic centre to flow more smoothly. It will also facilitate the increase in the itineraries of visitors who arrive in Ronda, and will help to create new parking spaces in an area where there is currently not enough space”, the mayor added, as reported by malagahoy.es.

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