One of the star measures in terms of mobility and infrastructure that the government of Juanma Moreno in the Junta will be able to develop without problems is to ask the central Executive for the powers to manage and finance the state network in order to operate trains Intercity and Media Distance. In other words, a reinforcement of the closest services that are subject to a Public Service Obligation by the central government that would now go to the Junta, and that could open a new track in Granada to have more ‘cheap’ trains and even weave a commuter network.

In addition, being also a general request of the Board, Granada would also benefit if Andalusia succeeds in getting the central government to use and value the Transversal Railway Axis (EFTA) whose platform runs along the route of the Mediterranean Railway Corridor. In the program it appears that they will urge Pedro Sánchez to do so.



In railway matters, the popular program for these four years also speaks of the Logistics Area of ​​Granada, a section in which it says that “counting on public-private collaboration formulas, we will continue promoting the administrative and technical processing necessary for its declaration of regional interest, thus promoting its construction”. This logistics area is vital for Granada to form part of the Mediterranean Goods Corridor and it is an area adjacent to Mercagranade which would become a freight rail terminal and which would require a bypass that prevents the trains from having to reach the capital and reverse direction, something that is also impossible to do in the current installations of the Andaluces station for the standard freight trains that will circulate along the Corridor.

Another logistics area, that of Motril, appears committed to the tender next year for the PUE-1 Urbanization works, “whose development we have reactivated after years paralyzed by previous governments.” On the Coast, in addition, the port of Punta de la Mona will be improved and as for the marinas of Almuñécar and Motril, it does not commit dates for works and projects and sticks to the fact that “we will promote” its construction “through the use of formulas of public-private collaboration.

Other electoral promises that the PP will have to fulfill in terms of mobility in these four years are the completion of the works of the reserved platform of La Zubia, the bicycle and pedestrian path between Armilla, Alhendín and Otura, in addition to the construction of the bus interchanges of Huéscar, Loja, Baza, and the one of the North zone of Granada capital