José López: "The workers have informed us that about 2,500 people access their workplace daily and the company's mobility plan is from 2012 and was not fully developed" This morning, the Municipal Group MC Cartagena, represented by the councilors José López, Jesús Giménez and María José Soler, held a working meeting in the City Hall with the Occupational Health and Environment Committee of the Navantia Cartagena workers. The union representatives have informed the councilors of the content of the Plan of Transport to Work (PTT) 'Promotion of sustainable urban mobility in the accesses to Navantia', a study concluded this year by the UPCT that aims to promote the sustainable urban mobility in the company environment. The work contains measures focused on improving access to promote sustainable mobility, others focused on private vehicles, as well as an estimate of savings in CO2 emissions. At the end of the meeting, the Cartagena spokesman, José López, pointed out that "the workers have informed us that some 2,500 people access their workplace every day and the company's mobility plan, which is from 2012, it was not developed in its entirety.
It has also given us an account of 94 commuting incidents in the last 10 years, being the workplace most affected by these situations than Navantia has in the entire national territory ". The mayor has drawn attention to the fact that Navantia is "the largest company located in the urban core of our municipality, which makes it an unavoidable reference for organizing sustainable mobility." López has advanced that "we have committed to presenting the plan 'Promotion of sustainable urban mobility in the accesses to Navantia', which has been drawn up by the UPCT, at the Mobility Table, as well as claiming their direct participation in this body, as they have told us that, in this year and a half of the legislature, they have not heard about it, despite the fact that it is an electoral promise of the current government.
" Finally, José López has also reaffirmed MC's commitment to claim that "the Port Authority's investments give priority to this area and not to the same roundabout for the third time in 3 years, in addition to proposing and following up on concrete measures that improve access and allow greater security and sustainability ".
Source: Grupo municipal MC Cartagena