The president of Cámara Orihuela, Mario Martínez, has held a meeting with the regional deputy and regional secretary general of the Generalitat to improve mobility, infrastructures and transport in the Valencian Community. PSPV-PSOE, Manuel Pineda, and the also regional deputy and spokesperson for Infrastructures and Transport of PSPV in Les Corts, Sandra Martín. In this meeting the needs of the Vega Baja have been claimed for this plan and Martínez has ensured that, having studied the document that was published on August 14, the institution will present the corresponding allegations “so that a series of infrastructures that are of vital importance for the development and structuring of our territory “.
Eleven are the points that Camera Orihuela wants to highlight, some requests that have been written after having consulted associations and social agents of the region “and that are historical”. In the first place, Martínez has insisted on the reactivation of the work to duplicate the CV-95, “a path that will also allow a better profitability for the companies and stop the AVE that Orihuela can have from the year 2022”. The president of the Chamber recalled another historic demand, such as the elimination of tolls from the AP-7 “with an unaffordable cost for citizens, which entails a penalty for companies and the collapse of coastal access routes”, and has reclaimed once again the Logistics Activities Zone (ZAL) in San Isidro “to decongest the transport of goods and make our companies more competent”.
The expansion of a Vega Baja Hospital that has qualified as “deficient, obsolete and precarious”; the creation of a railway network that connects the airport with the coast of the region to Pilar de la Horadada; the implementation of a risk and transfer plan that guarantees the supply to irrigators; the creation of industrial land in Orihuela and the start-up of a metropolitan area that allows pooling services and saving costs complete the proposals that are made and that as far as possible they want to be included in the ‘Uneix’ Plan as well as in any another territorial action plan that can be elaborated in the Region.
Manuel Pineda, meanwhile, has encouraged the House to raise these claims “because it is interesting proposals for the development of our region”, and has been responsible for ensuring that “Uneix is a strategic document” from which start working with the contributions made through these allegations. ” The Socialist has assured that in no case is the Vega Baja forgotten in that plan “because we are priority number 1 in actions of mobility plans, while the CV-95 corridor will be launched precisely following the
criteria that are marked in that plan “. The general secretary of the PSOE in the region has also assured that the San Isidro interchange is being studied “thanks to the work and pressure that has been done for three years from associations, companies and municipalities.”
The spokesperson of the PSPV-PSOE on Infrastructures and Transport of Les Corts, Sandra Martin, has reiterated that ‘Uneix’ is an open document and has admitted that the Vega Baja does not receive investments according to its population and economic contribution to the fabric of the Comunitat. That is why he has assured that the proposals will be taken into account while he has said that the Consell has made a series of small actions already on the CV-95 to improve road safety.
The period of allegations will end on October 18, and from Chamber Orihuela is expected to have before the claims, once all meetings have been held with political groups and with the contributions that may come from the associations of the region and the rest of cameras of the Comunitat Valenciana. Today’s meeting also saw the commitment of the regional deputies to close an appointment shortly with the general director of Public Works, Transport and Mobility, Carlos Domingo, and the president of Cámara Orihuela, to deal with these
issues as well as the allegations that will be presented.
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