The Ronda de Dalt will be covered as of June 2024

The Ronda de Dalt will be covered as of June 2024

Barcelona’s urban transformation continues to advance with the Ronda de Dalt overlay project, a measure that promises to improve the quality of life of residents and revitalize the neighborhoods through which the road passes.

The plan, recently approved by the City Council, foresees the coverage of a section of the Ronda between Vallcarca Avenue and IES Vall d’Hebron, with works to begin in June of this year.

This initiative represents a significant step in the urban development of the city and responds to the demands of citizens and neighborhood organizations that have been requesting this improvement for some time.

This is a key action for the development of the neighborhoods in the area and for the city as a whole, as it will allow the creation of new spaces for citizen use and green areas that will benefit the residents of Sant Genís dels Agudells and La Teixonera.

Work on the Ronda de Dalt

The project will be carried out in two phases, starting with the construction of the central wall and emergency exits, followed by the covering and service passages along with the installations and finishing of the generated tunnel.

The works are estimated to cost 40 million euros and are expected to be completed by June 2027. From then on, the urbanization of the surrounding area will begin, although the winning proposal and the specific characteristics of the promenade and activities area have not yet been defined.

Covering the Ronda de Dalt is a necessary measure to mitigate the negative effects of this infrastructure, which has generated noise and pollution in the neighborhoods through which it passes.

This action seeks not only to improve mobility and accessibility, but also to promote a more sustainable and citizen-friendly environment.

Other urban projects in the city

This project is in addition to other urban transformation initiatives in Barcelona, such as the covering of sections of other ring roads in previous years. The city continues to evolve and adapt to the needs of its residents, always seeking to improve the quality of life and well-being of all citizens.

The start of construction in June marks a new milestone on the road to a more livable and sustainable Barcelona.

The coverage of the Ronda de Dalt is one of the examples of Barcelona’s urban transformation advancing with firm steps towards a more sustainable and livable future. It is a decision whose main objective is to improve the quality of life of citizens and revitalize neighborhoods.

The coverage of the Ronda de Dalt in the Horta-Guinardó district will generate new spaces for citizen use and green areas.

 

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