Mobility informs of traffic restrictions due to the departure of the second stage of La Vuelta 2019 on Sunday

The Mercasa environment, where the test will come from, will be closed between 08.00 and 13.00; and the route will be 30 minutes before and after the test
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Mobility informs of traffic restrictions due to the departure of the second stage of La Vuelta 2019 on Sunday.
Mobility informs of traffic restrictions due to the departure of the second stage of La Vuelta 2019 on Sunday.

The Department of Mobility has reported on the traffic restrictions that will be in certain points of Benidorm during the morning of next Sunday, August 25, on the occasion of the departure of the second stage of La Vuelta 2019. Specifically, there will be two cutting times : one that will affect the surroundings of the departure zone of the stage - next to Foietes Park - and a second that will be limited to the test route.

Thus, between 08.00 and 13.00 the access to Mercasa will be cut off to traffic through Foietes Avenue and the streets: Capitán Cortes, Virgen de la Macarena and Alcalá. In this way, the vehicles that circulate along the avenue of Foietes in an ascending direction will be diverted in Virgen de la Almudena street; while those who pass through Capitán Cortés must continue along Guadalest Street. During the duration of this restriction, buses that perform customer collection services at the hotels in Colonia Madrid must park at the temporary stop that will be located at the end of 9 d’Octubre Avenue.

With regard to the streets through which the stage will run and adjacent roads, traffic will be suspended half an hour before and after the test, between 11.30 and 12.30. The streets and avenues through which the corridors will pass are: Goya, Beniardá, Jaime I, Armada Española, Vicente Llorca Alós, Villajoyosa, Juan Pablo II and Alcalde Eduardo Zaplana.

To avoid the entry of vehicles in the route, traffic will be cut in the streets perpendicular to these roads. Alternative itineraries will be duly marked.