The deputy of the Parliamentary Group VOX Valencian Community, Miguel Pascual, has defended today, during the Public Works, Infrastructure and Transport Commission, a Proposal No of Law (PNL) for the Consell to initiate the necessary procedures and pertinent studies for the doubling of the roads of the Generalitat Valenciana: CV-95 and CV-91, that connect Orihuela with Torrevieja and Orihuela with Guardamar del Segura, in the Vega Baja region of Alicante.
Pascual has requested the Valencian Government to start the works that are planned and the improvements already approved in these two roads in terms of road safety Y has accused the Botanist from "Disparage the inhabitants of the Vega Baja" after they have voted against.
The Alicante deputy recalled that the region of La Vega Baja is one of the most neglected in the Valencian Community in terms of public investment.Despite the specific weight of the Alicante economy and this area, specifically, as a formidable source of wealth and jobs. Thus, he has also pointed out that public investment per inhabitant in the province of Alicante is much lower than the average for the rest of the citizens of the Valencian Community.
In addition, it has highlighted that Motorized private transport predominates in this area of Alicante and there are between 700,000 and 800,000 trips each dayThe municipality of Torrevieja being precisely the fifth in volume of trips in the Valencian Community after Valencia, Alicante, Castellón and Elche, while Orihuela is in seventh place in terms of number of trips by vehicle. In fact, Between Orihuela and Torrevieja there are between 35,000 and 50,000 daily trips each day. For all this, the improvement of these two vials is urgent as soon as possible, despite the Botanist's rejection of his proposal.