The historic center of El Pardo will have a renovated and easily accessible urban space next fall – Madrid News

Photos of the visit to El Pardo’s remodeling and accessibility work

Works and Equipment Representative Dove Garcia RomeroAccompanied by a counselor Fuencarral-El PardoAnd Javier RamirezToday, visited the improvement and renovation works of the historic center of Elbardo, in the district of Fuencarral-El Pardo. The works have a budget of 1.5 million euros and are scheduled to be completed next fall.

The measures will mean a significant improvement both functionally and in terms of accessibility of Avenida de la Guardia, Manuel Alonso, Mira el Río and El Pardo streets to the Fuencarral road.

To achieve these improvements, sidewalks and pedestrian paths are being renovated and adapted, along with the rearrangement of intersections and the removal of architectural barriers. The project also includes new horizontal signals and the relocation of existing vertical signals, as well as the replacement of existing lighting with more efficient ones on Avenida de la Guardia and M-612. In addition, at the final stage, new street furniture will be installed.

Increased accessibility and improvements in the school environment

In order to provide greater accessibility and quality to the environment, the new sidewalks being built will have three different types of finishes to accommodate pedestrian traffic and vegetation. Similarly, the works also include refurbishment of bulkheads and demarcation of tree wells. In compliance with current accessibility regulations, the procedure includes laying of concrete floors with studs and ribbed tiles. In addition, there will be two flyovers on Avenida de la Guardia as a traffic calming measure.

Another highlight of the project is the improvement of the areas around the Monte de El Pardo School, so that once the works are completed, there will be wider sidewalks in front of the Education Center, as well as three elevated pedestrian crossings that will allow better connectivity to the green area and sports stadiums. Also as part of these measures, new urban furniture such as benches and bike rack supports will be placed. /

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