The recent inclusion of the port of Palma in the Mediterranean Corridor as a node of the Trans-European Transport Network will enable the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) to participate
The Chairman of the Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB), Francesc Antich, has paid a first official visit to the Ibiza City Council where he met the Mayor of Ibiza, Rafa Ruiz.
During the meeting, they reviewed various issues related to the Port of Ibiza and announced the start of the procedure to integrate the Avenida de Santa Eulària and the areas surrounding the APB's headquarters into the city in 2021.
The procedure for this project, which runs from the current Formentera Passenger Terminal to the APB's headquarters will be carried out over the next year with the aim of starting work in October, after the tourist season. The initiative has a budget of approximately €1 million.
The integration project for the Avenida de Santa Eulària includes widening the pavements, removing architectural barriers and building a bike lane that will connect with the current lane in the quay area at the Port of Ibiza.
The project will continue with the integration of the port into the city and turn it into a leisure area for residents and visitors.