SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, Jan. 17 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council reports this Tuesday that between December 2 and January 8, a total of 7,809,705 movements of vehicles were registered in the city, of which 3,817,313 circulated in the direction of entering the city and 3,992,392 output.
These data are collected through a system of electromagnetic loops that exist on the main roads of the capital of Santa Cruz and that are automatically sent to the traffic control room, where passage times and transit times are also controlled and modified. preferences through the different traffic light nodes in the city.
The average daily movement of vehicles stood at 205,518 vehicles during the Christmas period established in the 38 days analysed.
Above that average, it was determined that last Wednesday, December 21, was the day with the highest concentration of vehicles in the capital of Tenerife, reaching the figure of 252,462 car movements that day.
Regarding other significant dates, the City Council points to January 5, the date of the celebration of the eve of the Three Kings, in which the royal reception ceremony at the Heliodoro Rodríguez López stadium and the subsequent Parade came together, with 235,579 vehicles adding up the tickets and exits from the city.
On December 24, that figure remained at a total of 173,015 vehicles and on the 31st of the same month at 168,997 movements, collects a note from the consistory.
Analyzing eight specific measurement points at the entrances to Tres de Mayo Avenue; by the area of the municipal swimming pool in the direction of Ramblas de Santa Cruz; Angel Romero avenue; the Rosario road; access from the San Andrés highway; also by Manuel Hermoso Rojas avenue from the North highway (TF-5); the Áurea Díaz Flores road and Constitución avenue from the South highway (TF-1) it is detailed that, by level of traffic density, the most complex days in this regard were December 21 (124,487 vehicles); on December 2 (123,531) and on the 16 of the same month (123,311).
On the other hand, the measurements of the departures that were reached were on December 23 (128,190); on Friday the 16th of that month (127,775) and on Thursday the 22nd (127,511).
The day on which fewer vehicles entered or left Santa Cruz de Tenerife was Sunday, December 25, Christmas Day, totaling 131,435 vehicle movements between the two concepts, 51.6 percent in the direction of leaving the city .