Cacabelos, El Bierzo, becomes two blocks from the Camino de Santiago in pedestrian

 

Because they are streets that come from a medieval layout, it says the council, are of very limited width, and is currently supporting a high volume of traffic

 

Fabio
16/06/2016 14:00 '
Cacabelos's town hall

Cacabelos's town hall

Help improve business in the town center, that is the intention of the municipality of Cacabelos, located in El Bierzo, recently converted two of its streets into pedestrian areas. The council has decided that the streets Santa Maria and Las Angustias they become pedestrian, being great news for pilgrims, since it is on the Camino de Santiago that runs through the province of Leon.Because they are streets that come from a medieval layout, it says the council, are of very limited width, and is currently supporting a high volume of traffic, also coinciding with a large influx of walkers.

And in the streets can be found lot of catering establishments that pilgrims often visit. Traffic will be diverted to the Reguera, Ponferrada and Angel Gonzalez streets, and there will only be three crosses at low speed in Santa Maria and Anguish.The loading and unloading vehicles may move in restricted hours, as service vehicles on the Camino de Santiago, taking into account the pedestrian preference. Occasionally the step will allow emergency vehicles.

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Pepe AM
Pepe AM 16/06/16 17:38:55
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Al final, si es una zona tan transitada, es de lo más normal y sentido común. Aunque esto seguro provoca quejas de algunos vecinos, siempre pasa igual con el cambio de calles.
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Pedro Gómez
Pedro Gómez 16/06/16 16:48:46
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Lo más importante es que los peregrinos estén seguros, y si era un lugar con mucha densidad de tráfico, es una buena noticia.
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Mario López
Mario López 16/06/16 14:51:05
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Al final es siempre positivo que se fomente ir andando y no usar siempre automóviles para ir a todas partes. Gran noticia.
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Mario López
Mario López 17/06/2016 15:06:02
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También, sí
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David Romero
David Romero 16/06/2016 16:40:14
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No solo eso, además es mucho más bonita y disfrutable una ciudad/pueblo con un gran número de calles peatonales a que sean todas con tráfico rodado.
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ArnauRG
ArnauRG 16/06/16 14:37:08
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Qué buenas noticias
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