The Lanzarote Cabildo have announced that they will receive over 3 million euros of Next Generation funds, from the European Union, which will be spent on improving public transport.
Photo: Cabildo de Lanzarote.
Yesterday the Lanzarote Cabildo’s Transport Minister, Marcos Bergaz, confirmed that the Cabildo will receive a 3.3-million-euro investment of Next Generations funds, from the European Union, after a meeting with the seven Canarian Cabildo’s this Monday.
The investment will be spent on improving the island’s public transport, through the acquisition of a new fleet of buses and infrastructure improvements. Cabildo Transport Minister, Marcos Bergaz, stated that “it is a great opportunity to improve our fleet of buses, with three new more efficient and environmentally friendly vehicles, in addition to providing new infrastructure, such the sought-after bus terminal in Costa Teguise.”.
The Cabildo indicates that the first contributions of these funds will be made after the summer.
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