Posts in category Spain


How to humanise urban highways

Making roads and highways kinder to their surroundings as they pass through urban centres is a challenge that administrations are beginning to prioritise. The EU’s urban development policies and 2030 Agenda and the Spanish government’s Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan have aligned in order to place an emphasis on actions that enable infrastructure and citizens to coexist in environments that are greener and more human.

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The railway resurgence towards Europe

The ongoing renovation of the historic Zaragoza-Teruel-Sagunto line, which forms part of the Cantabrian-Mediterranean Corridor, has resulted in an exponential increase in freight traffic along this section over the last four years. Ineco has been involved in drawing up the plans as well as executing the works to revitalise this strategic link to the European markets.

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Port concessions: when time is money

Ineco is collaborating with Puertos del Estado in the legalisation of the concessions for public property following the legislative reform of 2014, which extended their maximum duration from 35 to 50 years. Concessions are the legal instrument by which the State allows private companies to make use of the public port domain, and their duration is essential to improve the operations of the Spanish port system.

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