THERE was no dissent when Benidorm Council voted on Alicante University suggestions for improving traffic fluidity.
The university’s Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (PMUS) came up with concrete proposals and seven short, medium and long-term courses of action were approved by all political parties.
The PMUS will now be displayed for a month so that residents affected by the changes have the opportunity of appealing against them.
The seven-part programme, which incorporated surveys of drivers and pedestrians, encourages sustainable means of transport – preferably walking, cycling or public transport – explained Benidorm’s Transport councillor Jose Ramon Gonzalez de Zarate.
This in turn will make movement inside the town easier for residents and tourists alike.