By removing a median at the Avenida de la Ciencia de Granada, the municipalities to the south of La Vega will be able to travel earlier by bus from the capital. According to the Transport Consortium, lines 151-154 and 158D will be changing their routes as a result of this urban modification. The three lines departing Granada will make a left turn at Avenida De la Ciencia and connect directly to the GR-3303.
Line 151 links the capital to El Ventorrillo and Cullar Vega. Line 154 connects to Vegas del Genil. Line 158D connects to Gabia Grande, Churriana de la Vega, and Granada. The lines' schedules and stops have not been changed. These modifications, according to the City Council of Las Gabias, "represent a great improvement in the service."
Possible change for passenger cars
After Francisco Cuenca, the mayor of Granada and several representatives of the councils from the affected municipalities, visited the Avenida de la Ciencia, the works were completed in the last few weeks. They worked up to last weekend and were hoping to complete the asphalt and median removal by Monday. If there are no accidents within the first week of road alteration, the mayor assured that the modification could be extended to private cars in the future.
This road connects directly with the municipalities Cullar Vega Churriana de la Vega Las Gabias and Las Gabias. This suppression will prevent the collapse of the old connection between the capital and the localities. It used to pass through the Recogidas circleabout on the Granada Ring Road.
New stop in Hijar
The consortium announced on April 5, a change to the plan of two lines that directly affect Las Gabias. These changes were made to line 149 of Granada – Churriana de la Vega – Cullar Vega – Hijar and line 153 of Granada Churriana de la Vega — Hijar (direct), which both affect the gabirra area in Hijar. Residents have had a new stop at Boabdil Street since the announcement. It is located near Paseo De Carlos Cano.