For approximately one month, the works will be centered halfway up the avenue in the lane closest to the health center
The remodeling of Ametlla del Mar arrives at Juan Fuster avenue Zaragoza
The refurbishment works on Ametlla de Mar Avenue arrive this week at Juan Fuster Zaragoza Avenue, where the construction of a rainwater collector is planned, which will prevent water accumulation problems when intensity rains occur. For approximately one month, these works will be centered halfway up the avenue in the lane closest to the health center, which will be invalidated for road traffic.
Thus, the circulation along Juan Fuster Zaragoza avenue from Ametlla de Mar to Bernat de Sarriá will be carried out normally. However, since Thursday, February 28, there will be changes in the opposite direction, since the section from Bernat de Sarriá to the health center will only be operative only for residents. While the works last, this section in the direction of Ametlla del Mar will be of double circulation. As regards the section from the health center to Ametlla del Mar, it will be closed to traffic.
The works in Juan Fuster Zaragoza will coincide with those that are being made in Ametlla de Mar avenue itself. Comprehensive remodeling works involving an investment of 1,155,523 euros, of which 450,000 euros are subsidized by the Provincial Council of Alicante through the Provincial Plan of Cooperation to Works and Services of Municipal Competition and of Improvement of the Provincial Road Network.
This remodeling contemplates an integral redevelopment in the section of Ametlla de Mar Avenue between Mediterráneo and Juan Fuster Zaragoza, although the improvements obtained by the City Council will allow the construction of a rainwater collector, and prolong the performance of the urban scene to Zamora street.
The remodeling includes the change of paving, signage and lighting; the expansion of sidewalks; and the implementation of trees, etc., and special emphasis will be placed on the renewal of water infrastructure and the improvement of the rainwater network. It also includes the creation of a bike lane in the center of the road, similar to that of Jaime I Avenue