Gandía, Spain (PortSEurope) April 11, 2019 – Spain’s Public Works Ministry plans to launch the southern road access to Gandía port on April 11 with the aim of preventing port traffic access through the urban areas of the town.
A total of €25.2 million ($28.4 million) have been invested to build the new port access, with a length of 4.2 km, which has four intersections.
The section between the N-332 and CV-670 roads has two separate carriageways with two lanes each, while between the CV-670 and the port, the road includes a conventional road section, with one lane each way.
Source: Las Provincias
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