The Mediterranean Corridor is making progress in its development
The Minister for Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, Raquel Sánchez, has visited, together with the President of the Valencian Community, Ximo Puig, the area where work will begin on the railway integration of the city of Valencia. A construction project drafted by Ineco and where we currently have a team in charge of coordinating both the work on the access canal and seven other works linked to the Valencia Arterial Railway Network that are soon to be executed.
This team is responsible for the technical monitoring of the works, BIM modelling, customer service and the implementation of ORAT methodology in the actions that involve the Joaquín Sorolla station.
This project represents an investment of more than 440 million euros from the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan, through European Union NextGenerationEU funds, and includes the construction of a New Access Channel, the extension and remodelling of the Valencia - Joaquín Sorolla Station and the extension of its car park.
This set of actions allows a very important advance in the central node of the Mediterranean Corridor and, in addition, will favour the urban development in the area of the Central Park. Following the signing of the stakeout prior to the visit, the first actions will begin: topography campaigns and complementary soundings, management of the affected services and the start of earthworks. Subsequently, the railway diversion of the high-speed line will be tackled in order to build the screens of the access channel structure