The parking ban will be lifted this month in Sagüés and Paseo Nuevo in Donostia

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Sagüés and Paseo Nuevo will be the next areas of the San Sebastian coast in which the prohibition on parking at night, except for residents, established last summer to combat the presence of motorhomes will decline. The Department of Mobility finalizes the schedule for painting and sign both roads in the coming weeks with the new regulations, which do not allow vehicles more than five meters long to circulate or park on them.

The change in the City Council’s strategy has already been applied since Monday on Paseo Eduardo Chillida, next to Tenis de Ondarreta, where a vertical sign informs of the prohibition of access to vans, caravans, pickup trucks and, in general, any vehicle that exceeds that length, with the exception of authorized ones and loading and unloading between 8 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. on weekdays. In addition, the new five-meter spaces have been marked on the asphalt, which will make it easier for OTA controllers and Mobility agents to confirm that the vehicles parked in them do not exceed the line and, therefore, are correctly parked. The completion of this second task in Sagüés and Paseo Nuevo will be conditioned by the rain, since if the road is wet the paint will not stick.

The end of night parking restrictions for non-residents on the coast has been received with relief by both the members and users of the facilities of the Real Club de Tenis and the surfers as well as by the hoteliers of José Miguel Barandiaran and the Old Town, who had seen how their activity suffered with the measure implemented last year by the Department of Mobility. Neither bars and restaurants nor cinemas can survive only with the clientele residing in these neighborhoods and this is what they conveyed to the municipal government.

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