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Old May 21st, 2015, 12:12 AM   #5281
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Yeeeeeeeeeeeeesssss....


A-68 Figueruelas-Gallur project has been published today in the Spanish official bulletin.
(it will remain Gallur-Mallen later)


I link... not the Fomento press release but the official bulletin pages with all details and info for companies who may be interested to build it.




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V. Anuncios
A. Anuncios de licitaciones públicas y adjudicaciones
MINISTERIO DE FOMENTO
15921 Anuncio de licitación de: Dirección General de Carreteras. Objeto:
Autovía A-68. Tramo: Figueruelas-Gallur. Provincia de Zaragoza. Varios
criterios de adjudicación. Expediente: 54.04/15; 12-Z-4330.
1. Entidad adjudicadora: Datos generales y datos para la obtención de la
información:
a) Organismo: Dirección General de Carreteras.
b) Dependencia que tramita el expediente: Dirección General de Carreteras.
c) Obtención de documentación e información:
1) Dependencia: Dirección General de Carreteras.
2) Domicilio: Paseo de la Castellana, 67, despacho B750.
3) Localidad y código postal: Madrid, 28071, España.
7) Dirección de Internet del perfil del contratante: http://
contrataciondelestado.es.
8) Fecha límite de obtención de documentación e información: Hasta las
14:00 horas del 19 de junio de 2015.
d) Número de expediente: 54.04/15; 12-Z-4330.
2. Objeto del contrato:
a) Tipo: Obras.
b) Descripción: Autovía A-68. Tramo: Figueruelas-Gallur. Provincia de Zaragoza.
Varios criterios de adjudicación.
e) Plazo de ejecución/entrega: 37 meses.
i) CPV (Referencia de Nomenclatura): 45200000 (Trabajos generales de
construcción de inmuebles y obras de ingeniería civil).
3. Tramitación y procedimiento:
a) Tramitación: Ordinaria.
b) Procedimiento: Abierto.
5. Presupuesto base de licitación:
a) Importe neto: 56.416.851,68 euros. Importe total: 68.264.390,53 euros.
6. Garantías exigidas. Definitiva (%): 5.
7. Requisitos específicos del contratista:
a) Clasificación (grupo, subgrupo y categoría): A2f [Explanaciones. (A partir de
2.400.000 euros)], B2f [De hormigón armado. (A partir de 2.400.000 euros)] y
G4f [Con firmes de mezclas bituminosas. (A partir de 2.400.000 euros)].
c) Otros requisitos específicos: Capacidad de obrar; no prohibición para
contratar; no estar incurso en incompatibilidades; cumplimiento con las
obligaciones con la Seguridad Social; cumplimiento con las obligaciones
tributarias; para las empresas extranjeras, declaración de sometimiento a la
legislación española.
8. Presentación de ofertas o de solicitudes de participación:
a) Fecha límite de presentación: Hasta las 11:00 horas del 29 de junio de 2015.
b) Modalidad de presentación: Manual.

c) Lugar de presentación:
1) Dependencia: Dirección General de Carreteras.
2) Domicilio: Paseo de la Castellana, 67, Oficina Receptora de Pliegos B-738.
3) Localidad y código postal: Madrid, 28071, España.
e) Admisión de variantes: No.
9. Apertura de Ofertas:
a) Descripción: Apertura sobre oferta económica.
b) Dirección: Paseo de la Castellana, n.º 67, 1.ª planta (sala de proyecciones)
(Ministerio de Fomento).
c) Localidad y código postal: Madrid, 28071, España.
d) Fecha y hora: 5 de agosto de 2015, a las 10:00 (La oferta técnica se abrirá el
15-07-2015 en el despacho B-749. Ministerio de Fomento a las 10:00).
10. Gastos de publicidad: 3.000,00 euros.
11. Fecha de envío del anuncio al "Diario Oficial de la Unión Europea": 18 de mayo
de 2015.
Madrid, 18 de mayo de 2015.- Director general de Carreteras.
http://boe.es/boe/dias/2015/05/20/pd...2015-15921.pdf
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Old May 21st, 2015, 05:48 PM   #5282
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Well, you can't really, I think, saying to folks the N-430 Fuengirola-Marbella and Fuengirola-Torremolinos is a motorway when, on the other hand, a killer road that can't be called a motorway, and on the other side they have roundabouts and traffic lights every 100 ms, is wrong and very confusing.

At least Torremolinos by-pass should had been left intact; the oldest stretch of N-340 happens to exist as a street trough the city, while the by-pass didn't bother anybody.

If AP-7 was free and built a little bit closer to urban areas, it would had absorved the "killer road's" traffic on the stretch Fuengirola-Marbella. There is even a frequently visited memorial site for dead people on "A-7" in El Faro...
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Old May 22nd, 2015, 09:35 AM   #5283
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Well, you can't really, I think, saying to folks the N-430 Fuengirola-Marbella and Fuengirola-Torremolinos is a motorway when, on the other hand, a killer road that can't be called a motorway, and on the other side they have roundabouts and traffic lights every 100 ms, is wrong and very confusing.
Nobody (even the Public Works Ministry) says that it is a motorway; in fact, I think there are not any "autovía" signs in accesses or exits in the three duplicated stretches Fuengirola-Marbella, Marbella-Estepona and Estepona-Guadiaro. The problem is that in 2003 they renamed a duplicated road (N-340) with an autovía name (A-7), despite its actual features.

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At least Torremolinos by-pass should had been left intact; the oldest stretch of N-340 happens to exist as a street trough the city, while the by-pass didn't bother anybody.
Torremolinos bypass is only this, and as you can see there are buildings on both sides that need access.
https://goo.gl/maps/3sje9

The rest of the road from here to Fuengirola is a continuous urban street, so no long-distance traffic should pass by there, when there is a free motorway a few kilometers North from here.
https://goo.gl/maps/oM27G
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Old May 22nd, 2015, 03:09 PM   #5284
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I've seen maps indicate A-7 in Algeciras as an autovía, while it has two traffic circles with traffic lights. Signage does include A-7 though.
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Old May 22nd, 2015, 04:46 PM   #5285
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I think what Carretero is trying to say, is that sometimes an "A" prefix doesn't imply it is an Autovía.

For example, according to the catalogue of the Ministry of Public works (p. 33), there are 16.54 km of the A-7 in Málaga which actually are not considered Autovía, but dual carriageway.

http://www.fomento.es/NR/rdonlyres/D...30386/Inf3.pdf

In Algeciras, the Autovía starts/ends just north of the river Palmones:

Start (northbound): https://www.google.es/maps/@36.16357...Mg!2e0!6m1!1e1

End (southbound): https://www.google.es/maps/@36.16492...aZKAZE3x8g!2e0

However, the dual carriageway keeps the name A-7 until the junction with the N-350: https://www.google.es/maps/@36.11570...g_iRlaU-5Q!2e0
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Old May 22nd, 2015, 11:38 PM   #5286
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I've seen maps indicate A-7 in Algeciras as an autovía, while it has two traffic circles with traffic lights. Signage does include A-7 though.
Is it technically possible to build an expressway through Algeciras instead of these two traffic circles to go to southern port ?
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Old May 23rd, 2015, 01:13 AM   #5287
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This is just too weird. First thing I can't understand... why have they downgraded all the Algeciras bypass when only 3 km of it couldn't be considered an autovía (from km 109 to 106 circa)? Even the southern part, that really seems a motorway, has white signage. OK, that's an option. But then... why do they call it A-7 and not simply N-340? And what's the point in making things like this?
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Old May 23rd, 2015, 01:39 PM   #5288
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A-7 is in very poor condition between Fuengirola and Estepona (excluding Marbella by-pass). It is also very heavily trafficked especially around Fuengirola (70 000-80 000 AADT/2+2 lanes) and it's geomety ith no acceleration lanes and entries on every private property and "Urbanisación" is extremely dangerous. Something could be done about that.

Also wonder, why was the original A-7 destroyed between Fuengirola and Torremolinos, with heavy traffic on it. I think this type of very heavy "boulevardisation" is stupid. In a place where two parallel expressways are actually needed, it was made into a street with traffic lights for no pedestrians.
It was absolutely stupid. I remember the old N-340 from Fuengirola to Torremolinos well, and I was shocked to see how badly it was downgraded when I drove there in February. Lowering the limit to 50 made sense, but destroying large sections with speed bumps and parking? Absolute nonsense. But my memory fails me - was the section through Benalmadena ever signed as an autovia? I'm sure Fuengirola-Marbella on the N-340 was an autovia, but I don't remember if it extended beyond the end of the Fuengirola bypass.

The A-7 from Fuengirola to Marbella, I really don't know what they can do there. Cutting the limit to less than 80km/h would just cause even more problems, yet the toll is so high on the AP-7 that no-one in their right mind would use it except on very busy summer days. Making it toll-free during winter could be one option, but it still doesn't solve the problems during summer.

The AP-7 between Malaga and Marbella should never have been tolled in the first place - but were there plans to also toll Fuengirola-Malaga? I'm sure I remember reading many years ago about the futre Malaga-Marbella toll motorway, and even the concessionaire mentions the toll as being for "Malaga-Marbella" rather than Fuengirola-Marbella.
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Old May 23rd, 2015, 02:18 PM   #5289
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At least Fuengirola-Benalmadena Costa was an Autovia, so was the section in Torremolinos. Oh yeah, the speed bumps and traffic lights for people walking - from a mountain straight to a cliff into the sea?!
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Old May 23rd, 2015, 04:26 PM   #5290
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Forumer CHUAN has posted this PDF file about Monrepos tunnels in the A-23.

It is a huge quite interesting document.

Let me sum up it:

Page 2, a scheme of all tracks.

Tunnels 4 and 6 were opened in the 90ish when refurbishing N-330 (and were refurbished again one year ago to have a 2x2)

Tunnels 1 and 5 were opened in 2014. Therefore there is 2x2 until after first tunnel, later 1x1 for some km. and tunnels 5-6 are 2x2 (only tunnels area)

Tunnels 7 and 8 are on works (very sloooooowly, but on works)

Tunnel 2 is halted

There are a great number of pictures and data and later, in page 10, how will track direction Huesca keep after refurbishment (and you can see current track too)

Awesome!!
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Old May 23rd, 2015, 05:24 PM   #5291
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You forgot the link: http://www.congresosatcpiarc.es/VI%2...ita%20obra.pdf
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A 3.5 kilometer segment of Ma-30, also known as the second beltway of Palma de Mallorca, opened to traffic today. It runs from San Ferriol to Ma-13A near Marratxí. It was a widening of the existing road to autovía standards.

http://www.diariodemallorca.es/palma...o/1024373.html
The Ma-30 widening is split to 4 sections. Section III is the first completed section. Construcioon works began in July 2013 (source):

MA30: Cas Capita – Son Ferriol 3.5km (July 2013 to 20th May 2015) – ? – map


If I got it right, section IV (north of it up to Ma-13) was also planned to be built from 2013 to 2015 (source; 2). Is it u/c? When have works began? Is there any estimated completion date?

I found a news article from February 2015 about stopping(?) the construction of section II (should be west of Son Ferriol). Is that right? When have works began? Is there any estimated completion date?

I couldn't find any info about section I (should be b/n Ma-15 and Ma-19). Is there any info?
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What this article says is that a court has ruled not to stop the construction of Ma-30.

I haven't found any completion dates, though. Generally speaking, completion dates of Spanish road projects are difficult to find, and if there's one, it may probably be a promise of some politician. Only projects financed with shadow tolls have reliable completion dates.
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Thanks. Okay, completion dates... But are section I, II and IV u/c?
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I've seen maps indicate A-7 in Algeciras as an autovía, while it has two traffic circles with traffic lights. Signage does include A-7 though.
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I think what Carretero is trying to say, is that sometimes an "A" prefix doesn't imply it is an Autovía.

For example, according to the catalogue of the Ministry of Public works (p. 33), there are 16.54 km of the A-7 in Málaga which actually are not considered Autovía, but dual carriageway.

http://www.fomento.es/NR/rdonlyres/D...30386/Inf3.pdf
Exactly. The change of names made in 2003 was a "cosmetic" because a lot of double-carriageway stretchs received also that kind of name that did not correspond to them.

I am also surprised to see that Estepona-Marbella (Puerto Banús) and Marbella-Fuengirola are also considered "autovías" in that list, and that the Estepona bypass is considered toll motorway (autopista de peaje), but Marbella bypass is considered "autovía". Here is the complete list of free A-7 stretches in Málaga (page 33) in increasing mileage:

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Carretera doble calzada	A-7S	137+00660	153+01170	16,54	L.P. CÁDIZ-MÁLAGA	INT. AP-7
Autopista de peaje	A-7S	153+01170	156+00450	5,24	INT. AP-7	FIN PEAJE
Autop. libre / autovía	A-7S	156+00450	175+00200	16,62	FIN PEAJE	PUERTO BANÚS
Autopista de peaje	A-7S	175+00200	177+01140	2,77	FIN DOBLE CALZADA	FIN PEAJE
Autop.libre / autovía	A-7S	177+01140	213+00570	37,26	FIN PEAJE	INT. MA-20/ENL. MA-21
Autop. libre / autovía	A-7S	225+00000	302+00480	86,77	AP-7	INT. MA-20/ENL. MA-21
I also see that the free Fuengirola-Torremolinos Bypass, between km 213 and 225 is considered AP-7 (it is tolled only between km 185 and 213). And also that they name AP-7 the 4 km stretch between km 225 and 229, when it forms part of the old Málaga Bypass, so it should also be MA-20.
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Autopista de peaje	AP-7S 	185+00580 	229+00320 	43,97 	ENL. MARBELLA ESTE. INT. A-7S 	ENL. MA-20
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Exactly. The change of names made in 2003 was a "cosmetic" because a lot of double-carriageway stretchs received also that kind of name that did not correspond to them.
Well there are not a lot of them. Apart from A-7, I can only think of A-78 and A-79 in Alicante and A-68 West of Zaragoza.
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A-68 is now in that red line to be considered highway or just dual carriageway
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Well there are not a lot of them. Apart from A-7, I can only think of A-78 and A-79 in Alicante and A-68 West of Zaragoza.
I also include a lot of urban accesses, that were also given motorway names in 2003. Some of them are true motorways, but others were simply urban stretches of the old national roads, with roundabouts and "urban stuff".

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anexo:A...entorno_urbano
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A-15 Medinaceli - Radona will open on 30 March, except for the connection to A-2, which will open in the summer.

http://www.eladelantado.com/noticia/...es_de_este_mes
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Por otra parte, se refirió al anuncio que realizó hace unos días la senadora y presidenta del Partido Popular de Soria, Marimar Angulo, sobre el inicio de las obras de los tramos sorianos de la Autovía del Duero el próximo 1 de abril y aseguró que “la tramitación administrativa está en un grado muy avanzado y el 1 de abril las obras podrán comenzar”.
I think it's about A11, but which section(s) will probably be resumed on 1st April 2015?

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However ,the 2015 ministry's budget foresees the following investments for the A-11:

La Mallona - Venta Nueva (6 km): 2.63 M€
Venta Nueva - Santiuste (17 km): 5.53 M€
Enlace Santiuste - Burgo de Osma (9.47 km): 3.52 M€
Burgo de Osma - San Esteban de Gormaz (11.1 km): 3.46 M€
San Esteban de Gormaz - Langa de Duero (11.4 km): 2.65 M€

I'm not really sure if that's enough to start the construction again.
Six sections are to be resumed and completed by 2017 (source; wikipedia). According to wikipedia, I guess works began in 2009 (or 2010).

Construction works were stopped in 2010. Works began on two sections just two weeks ago. In each case, the middle section west and east of Burgo de Osma is u/c now: Langa de Duero - San Esteban de Gormaz and Santiuste - Venta Nueva (source).

I combined each 3 sections to a western and an eastern section:

A11: Fresnillo de las Duenas – El Burgo de Osma-West 44km (2009/10 to 2017) – ? – map
A11: El Burgo de Osma-East – La Mallona 33km (2009/10 to 2017) – ? – map
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Some videos of the impressive motorways in Bilbao metro area.

A-8 "Solución Sur", the main motorway through town. It carries more than 100.000 vehicles a day and has been recently overhauled with the demolition of Sabino Arana interchange and its replacement by a new one further West:



AP-8 "Supersur": this is a Southern bypass of A-8 that runs mostly on tunnels and viaducts. There are plans to extend it in order to bypass the whole Bilbao metro area, but they're on hold due to their outrageous cost. In fact, Diputación Foral de Bizkaia admits that most of its debt is due to the construction of the existing stretch of "Supersur":



And N-637, "Corredor del Txorierri". This motorway is the Northern ringroad of Bilbao. Video includes the epic Rontegi bridge, the Basque Country's most traveled road at 150.000 vehicles a day, and the monstruous Cruces interchange:

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