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Zarautz City Council trusts in Vectio to improve safety at the accesses to the municipality

The City Council of Zarautz has commissioned Vectio to study and draft a report to help improve safety at the main accesses and exits of the municipality. This work is part of the project “Mobility, respect and coexistence”. The consistory has valued when selecting our consultancy that it is “specialist in transport infrastructures with bases in Oviedo, Madrid and London, as well as a company with proven experience that offers solutions in the field of mobility to towns, cities and companies.”

The data collection will be carried out throughout the month of June with the forecast of being able to have the conclusions and the final report in September, when the study will be shared with the road department of the Provincial Council of Gipuzkoa and see what measures can be implemented in the short, medium and long term, since it is the foral entity in charge of the management and maintenance of these roads.

“With this work what we want is, first, to obtain more data about traffic and flows on our roads, and then take it to concrete measures to help reduce the speed in the access/exits of our town, thus gaining in safety for drivers, but especially for pedestrians and cyclists”, in the words of Gervasio Gabirondo, councilman responsible for Public Safety.

This work is part of the overall project that the Mobility and Strategic Projects departments are preparing and will soon see the light of day. “We will soon present the project ‘Mobility, respect and coexistence’ an umbrella project that will collect the joint work that will be developed over the next three years mainly between Citizen Security and Mobility, but with the participation of many other areas of the City Council. It will be an innovative project, of work and responsibility shared with the citizens and that will undoubtedly serve to take steps in search of a better coexistence in our streets”, says Iker Basurko, councilman of Mobility, Strategic Projects and Zarautz 2030.


                                                                                      Exit road from Zarautz to Getaria

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