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The andalucia government, leaves Manilva without bus shelters again

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The andalucia government, leaves Manilva without bus shelters again

From the end of January the Ministry of Development, Infrastructure and Land Management will begin the installation of 68 new bus shelters in 48 Andalucian municipalities, which will serve as protection and shelter for waiting bus users, an action in which the municipality of Manilva is not included.
The contract has been awarded to Globalia Urbanismo Integral, for an amount of 386,159 euros and is part of the plan to improve and modernize the facilities and access to public transport.
This plan for the installation of new bus shelters, which is financed 80% by European Feder funds, will end in summer.
The distribution of the new canopies has been made “based on the requests received by the territorial delegations of the Ministry of Development, mainly from the town councils.”
As a result they will be distributed in 48 municipalities, those in the province of Malaga being:
Moclinejo, Periana and Vélez-Málaga which will each have three new structures; those of Cuevas de San Marcos and Guaro, two each, and those of Monda, Yunquera and Casarabonela, one each. In total there will be 16 shelters.

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