El Javea Town Hall The Triana bridge will reopen to the pedestrian crossing after performing a technical inspection of its state after the last maritime storm and rain. This morning, municipal technicians and the engineer who has written the demolition and reconstruction project have reviewed the interior slab and formwork of the bridge as well as the cracks in the road to assess its safety and rule out new damage. Also the mayor, José Chulvi, has been able to see in first person the state of the infrastructure.
After the inspection it has been decided that the conditions are safe for the pedestrian crossing and that is why a passage will be enabled in the internal margin of the bridge, which is the one in the best conditions. It is expected that early today afternoon - Friday 20 September - will be open.
On the contrary, in a preventive way it will remain closed for the passage of vehicles until it can finally be rehabilitated, a work that is expected to begin in the short term. In this regard, the mayor recalled that the tender for the work (which has not been executed so far due to the abandonment of the company that was awarded) will be next week.