Ischia, the timetables for the Ztl – Il Golfo 24 change

Summer has arrived, and consequently the needs of traffic and urban livability on Ischia change. As the tourist season progresses, the vehicular and pedestrian influx has obviously increased, consequently it is necessary to increase transit control also in order to reduce the number of vehicles towards the city center areas and protect residents and tourists of the center history, modifying the activation time of the Ztl. The commander of the municipal police, Dr. Chiara Boccanfuso, has in fact issued a new ordinance which modifies the times of validity of the limited traffic zones starting from tomorrow 24 June. As regards the Ztl 3, i.e. via Porto, it will be in force from Monday to Sunday from 10.30 to 16.00, and from 17.00 to 4.00. New timetables also for the Ztl 4 (via delle Terme – via Alfredo De Luca intersection), the Ztl 5 (via E.Cortese entrance from Piazza degli Eroi) and the Ztl 6 (Corso Vittoria Colonna intersection via Francesco Sogliuzzo) which will be in force from Monday to Sunday from 10.30 to 13.00 and from 18.00 to 4.00. Finally, Ztl 7 (via Seminario Ischia Ponte) and Ztl 8 (via GB Vico crossing via Nuova Cartaromana) will be in force from Monday to Sunday from 11.00 to 13.00 and from 18.00 to 5.00.

In via Giovanni Boccaccio, known as Piazzale delle Alghe, parking will be prohibited during the activation times of the Ztl (from 11.00 to 13.00 and from 18.00 to 5.00), except for provisions following events sponsored by the municipality. The exceptions provided for by the previous provisions will remain unchanged, as will the latter when not in conflict with the ordinance just illustrated. Naturally, the Municipal Police Command reserves the right to adopt any other provision of a contingent nature that it deems necessary for the discipline and safety of vehicular and pedestrian traffic through temporary suspension of the Ztl gate.

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