Victoria Gasteiz operates a system to keep transit traffic out of certain areas of the city. It is called superblock concept. The city is divided in blocks, transit traffic is kept out of the blocks. The biggest superblock (S1) has a pedestrian area in its centre.
Transit traffic is kept out of certain areas of the city.
the green lines are the streets where transit traffic is allowed
yellow line is the boundary of the pedestian area
the red square is the most restricted area - pedestian area
the green lines show the streets where tranist is allowed
The scheme is based on the permits distribution concept and on the ground enforcement system that works by reading via the number plates of all vehicles entering and leaving the city centre.
Yes, are affected.
Enforcement that works by reading the number plates of all vehicles entering and leaving the city. If the vehicle entering in the regulated zone takes less than a certain time to exit the regulated area, it is considered a ‘passing-through’ (transit) vehicle and therefore the driver is fined.
According to the law.
Spain now has four emission stickers.The cities can use them also for incentives or bans of certain vehicles.
Putting the sticker on your windshild is voluntary - as the scheme is camera enforced.
Public transport services, municipal police, fireman vehicles, street cleaning service, and residents are exempted.
For loading and unloading you need a proper permit.