Rosa Davilacandidate for Canarian Coalition to the Presidency of the Cabildo of Tenerifedetailed this Tuesday the five measures that he proposes in the short term to “alleviate the collapse of traffic on the island’s roads”. From free collective transport to the promotion of school, public and private, or the staggering in the entrance and exit of the work and educational centers. Its five short-term measures are to stagger the entry and exit of administrations and large workplaces, reinforce public and private school transportdecentralize public services, a specific strategy for the university community and rationalize the use of vehicles by promoting public transport.
In the staggering it includes collective transport for employees such as “the bus of the Cabildo” or a collaboration “that has not existed these years” with the DGT to create a traffic monitoring commission. It also proposes subsidizing school transportation, optimizing routes and the Kiss and Ride (Kiss and Ride) program or enabling stops for the centers.
The nationalist candidate pointed out that in the decentralized offices of the Cabildo Procedures from other administrations can also be addressed. He assured that the full staff of the North and South Hospitals will avoid displacements.
Dávila advocated dialogue with the University of La Laguna for staggering hours, as well as supporting the platforms for car sharing by students and launching direct shuttle buses from Isla Baja, North and South.
Finally, he proposed park-and-ride parking, the optimization of freight transport logisticstemporarily relieve critical points such as Padre Anchieta without works, as well as enable express lines to work centers.
Bet on one clean mobility less linked to the use of private vehicles with free public transport as the axis. These are actions “agreed upon” and “the initial step” to be taken in the first 90 days of his insular government, if he wins the elections on the 28th. Together with other subsequent actions, with a longer time interval, they will allow “to finish with the queues on the highways.
He criticized the insular president, Peter Martin, because “he does not want to debate with me”, and he refused to qualify his alternatives in the short, medium (large works) and long term (guided transport based on the trains to the North and South) as “simple”. On the contrary, according to him he develops the design of his commitment to improve mobility.
Rosa Dávila was accompanied by the members of her candidacy José Miguel Ruano, Isabel de Esteban and Pedro Millán. She indicated that “in the face of the inaction of the socialist government, I reiterate our commitment to make decisions in 90 days.” She described them as studied measures, included in the Canary Islands Climate Change Law and the National Mobility Law, as well as “agreed upon by the different groups.” Anything but “sit idly by waiting for 2028 or 2030”.