Vehicle access to be restricted in Dolomite mountains
The restrictions will be in place Monday to Friday between 9am and 4pm until August 31st, and apply to motorcycles and cars with only a few exceptions
- August 08, 2018 10:00
- Olya Georgieva
Traffic restrictions have been introduced at one of the main access points to Italy's Dolomite mountains in a bid to tackle overcrowding during the summer tourism season. The goal of the project is to reduce traffic access to the mountains, a Unesco World Heritage site, by around 20%, in order to reduce pollution and protect the natural area.
The area beyond the Sella Pass has been designated a limited traffic zone (ZTL) meaning vehicles can only enter with a pass valid for one hour. The restrictions will be in place Monday to Friday between 9am and 4pm until August 31st, and apply to motorcycles and cars with only a few exceptions: electric vehicles, public transport, and vehicles of people who work or are staying within the area.
Source: The Local
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