Parking in Valencia has been a major issue for some time, but the Ayuntamiento is working on a plan to connect existing parking lots and create an additional 10,000 parking spaces.
To make parking in Valencia more convenient, the Department of Territorial Policy will allow parking in 34 locations throughout the metropolitan area that are linked to the network of Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat Valenciana (FGV) or Cercanas. The first parking area is located next to the Palacio de Congresos, very close to Empalme station.
With the goal of making it easier for citizens to access Valencia’s urban area without having to enter the city by car, the Department of Territorial Policy, Public Works, and Mobility is developing a network of car parks located in the metropolitan area and connected to some form of public transportation, primarily the Generalitat Valenciana’s (FGV) Ferrocarrils network, but also other networks.
In particular, a total of 10,000 new free places will be created gradually in 34 locations. In some cases, new car parks will be built, while others will be extensions of existing ones at some of the surface FGV stations.
The new parking spaces will be located in the following areas: Carolines; Fira Valencia; Splice; Alboraia-Peris Aragó; Polytechnic University of Valencia; Rotunda Los Cactus; Grau-Moreras; Valencia-Font de Sant Llus; Faitanar; ZAL Aldaia; L’Oliveral; Torrent; Realon; Albal; Silla.
Existing car parks that will be renovated and expanded include those in Puçol, Museros, Massalfassar, Bétera, Llria, Benaguasil, Rocafort, Aldaia, Paiporta, Cheste, Chiva, and Alginet.
The underground car park next to the Palacio de Congresos, which is currently unused and very close to the Empalme station, could be one of the first to open.
When all of the work is completed, these 10.000 additional parking spaces in and around Valencia, should reduce traffic congestion and the number of cars entering the city. And parking in Valencia should become a reality rather than a pipe dream.
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