The project to replace the crumbling Triana bridge in the port zone has been given the green light


The council have just given the green light once again to start the project which will replace the crumbling Triana bridge in the port zone.
On the 28th October, the publication of the tender documentation has now been approved by the local government board once all the reports have been made available. As well, the hiring process has been simplified to help reduce the adjudication times and bureaucratic procedures, due to the urgency of this project.

The starting Budget for tender is €567,382 and any interested companies have up to 20 days to submit their bids. Once confirmed, the project should be finished within 12 months.

In 2007 Javea / Costa Blanca experienced torrential rains, as a result, the Triana bridge was badly damaged. Finally, the Ayuntamiento de Xabia hopes to see the necessary action to resolve a situation that has seen buses and heavy trucks prohibited from using it for more than 10 years, and now completely closed off to traffic after the most recent storms. Plans are to demolish the existing structure and build a new bridge in its place, as the company that won the contract first, decided to abandon the project before it even started.