Municipalities with more than 50,000 inhabitants, island territories and municipalities with more than 20,000 inhabitants that exceed the limit values of regulated pollutants will adopt sustainable urban mobility plans before 2023 that introduce mitigation measures that allow the reduction of mobility emissions, including, among others, the establishment of low emission zones The Council of …The post The Government approves the royal decree that regulates Low Emission Zones first appeared on N332.es - Driving In Spain.
As anybody living in the area south of Alicante can testify through experience, earthquakes are not uncommon, but as Alicante is to become a high-profile centre for seismic research, as we recently reported, with the facilities at the University of Alicante being extended to provide a better study of earthquakes in this area, but just […]
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The Councillor for Festivities in Torrevieja, Concha Sala, accompanied by the Councillor for the Environment and Beaches, Antonio Vidal, and María Rosa Gil, representative of the Brotherhood of Our Lady of Rosario de La Mata, presented the festival program at the La Mata Town Hall to honour the Virgen del Rosario de Torrelamata that will …
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Torrevieja town hall is allocating one million euro to renew computer equipment used my municipal employees, to facilitate better teleworking. The tender for the provision of the equipment has been published, and as the specifications point out, the objective is to “have equipment that makes teleworking and mobile work possible in a safe and reliable …
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Covid infections are continuing to increase across the Valencia region, with 906 new cases reported this week, in the small portion of the population still tested, compared to 795 last week, 718 the week before, 623 the week before that, and 583 in the first week of March. Last week, the infections were the highest …
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