The provision involves three changes, two in particular involving residents who must sign a new virtual permit for a hybrid vehicle. Measures that will also apply to those who will renew their pass on October 15th. The residents involved are those of the Zone T, Piazza San Francesco and the U areas.
The T zone
Even more in detail, all those citizens who in the past have purchased hybrid cars to be able to drive and access areas closed to non-hybrid vehicles, electric, motorcycles and scooters. by car, in zone T, you can only access with electricity. Access will be allowed according to the current canons until 30 June, then the alt will start, with two distinctions: zone T, or via Rizzoli, Ugo Bassi, Independence, prohibition of access also to residents, except for those who own driveways (garage). But there are only 3, one of which (on via Ugo Bassi), owned by the Municipality. All other new residents will not be able to move in zone T.
Zone U and Piazza San Francesco
Circulation in the U areas and in Piazza San Francesco is also prohibited: not to the residents, who must however request the mark special. The specification is essential, because until June 30, residents of hybrid car owners did not need to apply for the pass, which now becomes obligatory so as not to fall into sanctions. Non-resident hybrid vehicle owners will be able to travel in U areas and San Francesco until 30 June and no later. The virtual passes (lasting two years) activated for these ecological vehicles will guarantee access to the Ztl and free parking in the blue stripes.
In March, thanks to theCovid emergencyPalazzo d’Accursio has automatically extended the virtual permits issued to resident owners to 15 October: for all these residents, the restrictive measures will be triggered at the time of renewal, on 15 October. The administration’s policy against traffic and pollution, therefore, continues, with new limitations, which are implemented precisely on the days when the councilor for mobility Claudio Mazzanti announced a determined acceleration to the strengthening of the network of tracks and cycle lanes,
in the center and outside the city, with works already started in Zaragoza, and imminent in via Casarini, Nosadella and Galliera. Entrance to area T, as far as private vehicles are concerned, it is now only possible for mopeds (two, three and four wheels), motor vehicles (two and three wheels) and cars and electric vehicles and H pass holders, who will be able to continue to circulate for assistance to the disabled, also in zone T, with the exception of the days when T Day is scheduled.
Zone U and Piazza San Francesco, on the other hand, are also forbidden to the traffic of mopeds and motor vehicles. All at a time when the theme of pedestrianization some streets in the center, such as the one requested by the operators of Via Broccaindosso, where the restaurateurs asked to close the street on Thursdays and Fridays from (from 18 to 24). The new provisions on mobility are likely to spark controversy and in any case do not convince all the players on the field.
It is the case of Loris Folegatti, member of the University Zone Committee and councilor of FDI for the Santo Stefano district: “I understand the need for gentle mobility and cycle paths, but this risks exaggerating. We continue to give a squeeze on cars, but cars I’m not a pastime. And this measure seems to be a mockery towards many people who have invested money in the face of current regulations. “Folegatti he also fears that the tightening of circulation will have repercussions on degradation and the economy: “The absence of circulation always has a negative impact on artisans and traders in the areas of the areas subject to the measures. Less car passage means less business opportunities. On the contrary, in areas U and Piazza San Francesco, already subject to the problem of nightlife, actions that reduce the passage risk increasing problems related to nightlife and, serious problems in Covid times “.
However, bars and restaurants would benefit, categories that also suffer in this delicate and difficult restart phase.
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