Eptisa will draw up the Mobility Master Plan (PIMA) 2013-2024 of Asturias in Spain

The Master Plan aims to optimize resources and investments related to transport infrastructures and services in Asturias until 2024

September 04, 2013

The Government of the Principality of Asturias, through the Regional Ministry of Public Works, Territorial Planning and the Environment, has awarded to Eptisa in consortium with Vectio Traffic Engineering, the services contract to draw up the Mobility Master Plan (PIMA) 2013-2024 of Asturias.

The work involves the definition of the Infrastructure for Mobility Master Plan (PIMA) 2013-2024 of Asturias, in order to optimize resources and plan actions related to transport infrastructures and services in Asturias until 2024 and thus prioritize the most needed.

To do this, Eptisa will carry out a technical analysis and diagnosis about the current conditions of the infrastructures of roads, railways, ports and airports of the region and, based on a mobility prognosis, the necessary actions will be evaluated and proposed to obtain the expected objectives in sustainability and efficiency, in investments and in management, conservation and maintenance activities. In addition, an environmental assessment will be done.
 
 Eptisa will draw up the Mobility Master Plan (PIMA) 2013-2024 of Asturias in Spain