Mobility department restricts traffic in Escuelas street for future pedestrianising
According to the councillor of the area, Maria Carmen Martínez, the purpose is "pedestrianing the road", because vehicles parked are forced to make reverse maneuvers prohibited by law Traffic involving considerable danger. "
Martínez has indicated that, after meeting with the municipal technicians, local police and neighbors, only residents will be allowed only to stop up for 10 minutes, for loading and unloading operations. To do this, the residents of the buildings Maja, El Pal and Gramaray and business premises in this street may request an permission card.
The Mobility coordinator, José Bañuls, has reported that accreditation cards should be addressed from June 21 to the Department of Mobility in the Town Hall, either through email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 96 681 54 91. The documentation submitted is a copy of ID or passport, census enumeration or any document that proves the residence in any of the listed buildings and the vehicle registration certificate. However, Bañuls has clarified that, "until the cards are processed, residents can prove their residence site to the local police officer who required it."
The Councillor for Mobility has predicted that soon, and in collaboration with the Department of Urban Scene, " various activities will be coordinated and designed to create a much more pleasant pedestrian environment and safe".