Works by Ana Molino and Sergi Godia, were inaugurated on August 20, 2016. The gardens are located on an elevated platform located on the railway and metro, in a 760 meter line and an average width of 30 To facilitate mobility, they have ramps, elevators and escalators. Considered as the "first aerial ramp of Barcelona", the gardens are at a height between 6 and 14 meters above the street level. They have been designed with criteria of sustainability, with lighting of LEDs, photovoltaic energy and irrigation for water potable. For the vegetation, native species have been chosen, which are signposted with posters having a botanical route. In the final part of the route, in the limit with L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, a "didactic garden" has been arranged that shows how the area was in the XVIII century. They include an ornamental fountain of various springs and led lights, a shade that generates a 660 m² multipurpose space, a children's area, fitness equipment, toilets, a bar and a library.