Advisers sought for Spain road study

Spain’s transport ministry is seeking advisers to complete studies into roads in bankruptcy.

The firm will analyse in detail the accounts of nine toll roads in bankruptcy as well as their legal situation, under a contract worth €242,000.  

Parties interested have until 17 November to submit their proposals to Seittsa.    

This is the third contract to study toll roads in bankruptcy. Earlier this month, Seittsa launched a contract for a study on demand and rates, and the design of the bidding documents. Ten companies are currently competing for these two studies after presenting their offers last week to Seittsa.

The roads facing bankruptcy are Madrid accesses networks R-2, R-3, R-4 and R-5; M-12 to Barajas airport; AP-41 Madrid – Toledo; AP-36; the Alicante ringroad; and the Cartagena-Vera stretch. 

Seittsa is to assume the control of the toll roads in bankruptcy in early 2018.