The new installations greatly improve road safety and the Council hopes to be able to extend them further to Capicorb
On Friday, 20th December, the stretch of the camino L’Atall in Alcossebre in front of the Jaume I camp site was reopened to traffic. It had been cut off since the second week in December to enable the work to be carried out for the new pavement and cycle track. The work will be completed with the installation of new lights. In fact, all these improvements will contribute to the regulation of vehicles and bicycles, making it much safer for pedestrians to walk along this stretch, which previously had neither pavement nor lighting.
The Mayor, Francisco Juan, stated that “improving conditions along our coast is a key aim as has already been seen with the improvement in the area around the Moro beach and now with this section, which we would like to extend towards Capicorb. To do this it will be necessary to have authorisation from the Generalitat Valenciana, but we continue working to make it happen”.
The work was possible thanks to the cooperation of the Generalitat Valenciana’s IVAJ, which owns the Jaume I campsite, and which has ceded part of the land making the work possible and the installation of new fencing.