The second section to complete the Southeast Roundabout of Cceres is tendered for 19.8 million euros


CCERES, 16 (EUROPA PRESS)

The Ministry of Mobility, Transport and Housing of the Junta de Extremadura has put out to tender for 19,867,750 euros the contract for the construction of the second section of the Ronda Sureste de Cáceres.

This section will allow the connection between the N-523 highway, formerly the EX-100, from Badajoz to Cáceres, and the A-66 highway, to the southeast of Cáceres, with the N-521 highway and the A-58 highway, from Cceres to Trujillo, northeast of Cáceres, as reported by the Junta de Extremadura in a press release.

Thus, this action will also solve the access to the Barrio de la Caada and facilitate the mobility of its residents, “thus attending to a historical claim of the neighborhood”, he points out.

The work, which has 80 percent co-financing from the European Regional Development Fund (Feder), is divided into two lots, of which the first includes the section from kilometer point 0 to the existing intersection roundabout with the N-630 (including the branches and actions contemplated in said roundabout) and the second batch continues where the first ended up to kilometer point 3+050 (EX-206).

Bids for the bidding for the work can be submitted until February 17.

Likewise, the Board indicates that the contract for the technical assistance service for the management, control and surveillance of the construction works of this second section of the Ronda Sureste de Cáceres, for which the Bids can be submitted until January 30.

Finally, the regional Executive points out that the Ronda Sureste de Cáceres is a “demanded and important infrastructure”, which is serving to “backbone the city, promote more fluid and safe traffic, redefine mobility and change the way of getting around in Cáceres” Therefore, with this second section, the “commitment” of the Board “with this important infrastructure” is revealed.

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