The special exit operation continues for the August bridge, during which the DGT Reverse 6.6 million trips by road, 7.66% more than the previous year, as reported this Thursday by this body. DInce 15:00 in the afternoon of this Friday the movements on the roads began, for which Traffic has the maximum availability of its human resources (agents of the Traffic Group of the Civil Guard, officials of the Management Centers of Traffic, helicopter patrols and maintenance personnel, in addition to emergency services) as technicians.
These include 780 fixed speed control radars, of which 92 are section, 545 mobile radars, 12 helicopters and 39 drones, as well as 261 cameras and 15 camouflaged vans to control the use of mobile phones and seat belts. In addition, an exit operation in which thes high temperatures can condition circulation.
Complications on Saturday morning
At 10 o’clock the operation began to be noticed with attention in an accident in Lleida and congestion on the AP-7 in Barcelona as it passed through Martorell towards Tarragona. Intense traffic also in Cuenca on the A-3 and traffic density in Seville on the A-49. Also complicated is the A-1 in Gipuzkoa.
Later, around 11 o’clock, the DGT was still pending two accidents in Girona. On the other hand, withholdings in Madrid at the exit through the A-1 in the surroundings of the Jarama Circuit, also in Cuenca on the A-3, traffic complicated, withholdings at the entrance to Valencia through the A-3 and in the A -7, and in Andalusia slow traffic in Seville and congestion in Cádiz.
At 12 o’clock the complications continued on the roads of various parts of the country, pending an accident on the A-7 in Montmeló, retentions in Madrid at the exit on the A-1 and A-5, slow traffic in Valencia on the A -3 or congestion in Alicante on the A-31. Traffic is also dense in Murcia and Andalusia, the most complicated in Seville on the A-49 and in Cádiz on the A-4 in Puerto Real towards San Fernando. In the north complicated in Gipuzkoa on the A-15 and in Cantabria the passage of the A-8 with the A-67 through Torrelavega.
Finally, the most recent are retentions in Madrid, slow traffic in Valencia, complications in Murcia and Andalusia, complications in Seville, Cádiz and Malaga, congestion also in Guipuzkoa and Cantabria.
Heavy traffic in some spots on Friday
The operation that started on August 15 only registered dense traffic throughout Friday afternoon on some roads to coastal areas, such as the A7, in Marbella (Málaga) in the direction of Almería, and in Torrelavega (Cantabria), in the direction of Irún.
After the day on Friday, for this Saturday the forecast was a higher traffic density between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., especially at the exit of urban centers and destination areas, in addition to the usual accesses to beaches.
Regarding the return, the moments of greatest circulatory intensity will take place between 6:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. on Sunday in those communities where Monday 16 is not a holiday, and between 7:00 p.m. and 11 p.m. : 00 hours on Monday in Andalusia, Aragon, Asturias, the Canary Islands and Castilla y León.