Tram goes a little further

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Tram goes further
QUISI VIADUCT: In use since 1915 Photo: GVA.es

THE Calpe-Teulada section of Line 9 between Benidorm and Denia is due to reopen on Friday July 31.

It almost exactly five years since the line between Calpe and Denia was closed on safety grounds during a €130 million modernisation project that had already made track and signalling improvements as far as Calpe.

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Renovating the 11 kilometres of track between Calpe and Teulada has now been completed following a €17 million outlay that included installing monitoring systems on the rehabilitated Quisi and Ferrandet viaducts which were built more than a century ago.

It will still be some time before Line 9 passengers bound for Denia can complete the entire journey by train, but instead of transferring to a bus provided by regional rail operator FGV in Calpe, they will now do so in Teulada.

The regional government is spending €34 million on work currently being carried out on the 17 kilometres between the Gata de Gorgos and Denia stations.


Meanwhile, work on the “complex” Teulada-Gata section is due to start in August, FGV sources announced.





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