MURCIA is about to remodel its cityscape with the Corredor Verde del Oeste challenge (Inexperienced Hall from the East), unveiled by Deputy Mayor José Guillén. The challenge goals to create a three-pronged strategy to the transformation, establishing a inexperienced connection between parks, enhancing pedestrian accessibility, and uniting cultural and heritage websites.
Good and Sustainable: Inexperienced Boulevard and Bike Racks
Guillén highlighted the plan as a citizen-centric growth, increasing pedestrian areas within the central-western space of Murcia. The €1.25 million challenge, partly funded by the Subsequent Era EU program, will improve inexperienced and pedestrian areas, connecting iconic places like Murcia Río (Murcia River) and the Western Gardens. The rejuvenation plan features a inexperienced boulevard with a wide range of vegetation and sensible bike racks. The ‘Ruta de los Museos’ (Route of the Museums) aligns with Mayor Ballesta’s strategic initiatives, selling environmental enhancements, sensible metropolis initiatives, and cultural connectivity. The challenge is deliberate for completion by subsequent summer time 2025, promising a greener, extra accessible, and culturally vibrant Murcia.