The Mulhouse agglomeration is equipping its business areas with car parks for €19 million – Le Journal des Entreprises
M2A (Mulhouse Alsace Agglomeration) is investing nearly €19 million excluding tax to better provide its strategic economic activity zones with car parks. A five-storey, 550-seat building will sprout from the ground within two years in the Mulhouse Gare TGV business district, oriented towards higher tertiary and hotel activities, for €10.5 million excluding tax. In the same time frame, the district around the Foundry’s “Future and Digital Industry Accelerator” labeled center will be equipped with a 400-space car park for €7 million excluding tax. Finally, the paying area of the secure parking lot for heavy goods vehicles in transit from the Autoport to Sausheim will be extended to the currently free area, increasing from 58 to 118 spaces. A hydrogen service station will be installed in a third area of the site, as part of the “Blue Industries Sud Alsace” low-carbon energy action programme. The whole of this third component represents an overall cost of €1.6 million excluding tax. The design and implementation of the projects as well as their management have been entrusted to Citivia SPL (local public company).