ALTER ECO installs meters of influx of people in the Marina de València

The Ministry of Housing, Public Works and Vertebration of the Territory, in collaboration with the Valencian Institute of Building (IVE) and the Valencia 2007 Consortium, has installed in the Marina de Valencia seven meters that allow to obtain the flow of people per hours of the day.

The Ministry of Housing, Public Works and Vertebration of the Territory, in collaboration with the Valencian Institute of Building (IVE) and the Valencia 2007 Consortium, has installed in the Marina de Valencia seven meters that allow to obtain the flow of people per hours of the day.

The Regional Ministry, in collaboration with the 'Marina de València', has opted to invest part of the project's budget in obtaining real data on the influx of people at agreed and strategic points of the Navy, as It was made in the beach of Gandia last August of 2017. 

For the general director Rebeca Torró, "it is not possible to address the problem of urban regeneration of cities that have a tourist attraction as is the case of València or many of our coastal cities without knowing in depth the movements of people that occur in areas of interest, with the aim of proposing viable solutions based on real data to possible conflicts between neighbors and tourists. "

 

"The results of this monitoring will facilitate, along with the rest of the activities framed in the Alter Eco project, the development of a regional strategy with the objective of improving the relationship between cities and their citizens with tourism", concluded Torró.

 

 

 

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