Santa Teresa bridge Valladolid
The new bridge over the Pisuerga River in Valladolid also known as the Santa Teresa Bridge, it connects the districts of La Rondilla and La Victoria.
This new infrastructure measures 194 metres in length, divided into five continuous 19-metre, 25-metre, 30-metre, 90-metre and 30-metre spans, the 90-metre span crossing the river. This bridge is 28.30 metres wide and is divided into two 3.50-metre carriageways with planters located on both sides to divide the roadway traffic from the pedestrian area, a 3.20-metre bike lane and 13 metres for pedestrians, both 5-metre and 8-metre pavements each equipped with its own glazed railing.
Prior to commencing the works, an environmental impact study was conducted on the potential effects the works might have on the species in the area. The work was thus scheduled such that the operations carried out during the spring and summer months would be those having the least impact on the wildlife so as to allow the biological development of the different species.
This contract also includes the development of the adjacent streets and three new roundabouts to absorb the traffic generated with the new infrastructure and future urban planning developments for the northwest area of the city.