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€ 227 million to improve rail links between Malaga and Europe

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MALAGA is expected to receive € 395 million in state funding next year, of which nearly 60% will be spent on improving rail links between the city and Europe.

A total of 227 million euros will be spent on improving the Algeciras to Bobadilla rail link on the Malaga section in 2022.

The government’s investment in Malaga’s rail network has seen its budget for the province next year more than double to almost 170 million euros received by Malaga in 2021.

The aim of the improvement works is to unite the trade routes between Spain and Europe.

Other investment plans included in the budget include the rehabilitation of Baños del Carmen, which will receive € 100,000.

The plans for the new headquarters of the State Public Library in Malaga will also receive 5.6 million euros.

Also included in the draft budget are the redevelopment of the connection to the AP-7 in Benalmadena with € 1 million, the widening of tracks and other works in the Ronda Oeste in Malaga with € 591,000, and improving access to the A-7 in Marbella to € 100,000.

The government also plans to devote 8.8 million euros to the sanitation and purification of the Benaojan-Montejaquejimera stream of Libar and Corte de la Frontera in the Guadiaro river.


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