Traffic expected eight million of displacement until the monday
13.5 million journeys by road intended for all special operation of the Holy week, eight million will be produced during the second phase, from Wednesday April 1 until 24.00 hours on Monday, April 6.
During this second output operation, the main flow of traffic will take place from the towns to tourist areas of costa, second homes, towns with traditional religious events or tourist areas in mountain, as reported by the Directorate General of traffic, which has prepared a special security device.
The following link is available in the map with the conflict points.
Wednesday, April 1
In communities of Andalusia, Aragon, Asturias, Baleares, Canarias, Cantabria, Castilla la Mancha, Castilla LeÃ³n, Extremadura, Galicia, Madrid, Murcia, Navarre, Basque country and La Rioja, will provide for circulation problems and retentions in outlets of the major urban centres, to later move to target areas.
The most unfavourable to travel hours are between 15:00 and 23:00 hours. In addition, the night of Wednesday to Thursday tends to be the busiest of the year.
Thursday, April 2
Outputs of large cities will continue during the morning of Thursday, and circulatory intensities will be high, so withholdings may occur. The most unfavourable to travel hours are between 8 am and 2 pm hours
in the afternoon, a day after the other communities not to be festive Holy Thursday, Catalonia and the Valencian Community will begin the second phase of the output operation. The main problems of circulation will occur on the roads of access to the coast, linking the coastal towns, as well as the access to tourist areas of rest.
Friday, April 3
On the morning of Friday, in Catalonia and the Valencian Community will continue the movements of vehicles in sense out of big cities, which will cause high intensities of circulation.
In the rest of the communities, on the morning of this festive day intensities of circulation will occur in the output of the large towns on short-haul routes, to recreational areas close to urban centres.
Already in the afternoon, throughout the national territory, there will be movements of short tour vehicles and premises.
Saturday, April 4
in the morning can cause circulation problems in the duty station, for local movements shorthaul and especially in access to towns along the coast and coastal roads.
In the afternoon, motivated by those who advance their return to this Saturday, you can observe return in long-distance movements, being in some roads high intensity.
Sunday, April 5
On average tomorrow expected an increase of traffic on the roads, being able to produce some retention in venues or areas of destination by then return home move throughout the afternoon and evening to accesses of large cities.
Monday, April 6
On this day begins the return in the autonomous communities of the Balearic Islands, Cantabria, Castilla la Mancha, Catalonia, Valencia, Navarra, Basque country and La Rioja, autonomies, where Monday is a public holiday. Circulation problems in the main roads of these communities, as well as in the provinces bordering them access roads may occur.
In the rest of the autonomous communities also occur return movements, mainly motivated by the start the next day of school and University activities.