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More pedestrian streets in Salou this summer

Information signs to turn the streets into pedestrian

Salou. Costa Dorada. 20 June 2016. Salou City Council has begun a pilot project in three streets of the town to turn them into pedestrian. This is the Girona, Lleida and Josep Carner streets. The three are perpendicular to Passeig Jaume I, at the height of the square of the Autonomous Communities, and the three have narrow sidewalks but are very pedestrian traffic.

To turn them into pedestrian the City has been informing residents of the changes should be introduced, such as the elimination of the blue parking zones, placing bollards, installing information signs and access to residents who have parking private. Girona street is also enabled for a few hours a day a loading and unloading.

It also will be affected the bike path that passed through the streets Verge del Pilar, Major and Josep Carnery to completely moved to the last street to link with the Europe Square.

With these changes, the Salou City Council serves a demand from merchants in the area in order to improve and facilitate the transit of neighbors and passers-by. But before doing the final work and more expensive civil works, the council has chosen to do this test and see if their results are sufficiently satisfactory, as explained by the Councillor for Citizen Security of Salou, David Gonzalez.

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