where are the ‘miniradares’ and the hours and roads to avoid

The first Operation Exit starts this summer. The interior of Spain burns with temperatures that widely exceed 30ºC and in everyone’s mind there is only one idea: holidays to escape the heat anywhere with the sea. Thus, from the early afternoon of this Friday, large cities have begun to empty themselves of drivers heading to the coast, causing traffic jams on the exit roads.

The DGT has already made figures: they are expected 89.3 million trips this summer -43.6 million in July and 45.7 million in August-, with the Mediterranean coast as the main destination.

The first withholdings have been given to 15 hours from today on Madrid (A-3 Rivas, A-4 Pinto, A-1 Alcobendas, M-50 Paracuellos del Jarama due to an accident, M-40 Coslada and in Pozuelo towards the tunnels of El Pardo in direction A-1), Barcelona (Badía del Valléz, Tarrasa and at the entrance of the city on C-58), Valencia (A-3 towards Alicante and V30 in Quart de Poblet), Sevilla (accident on the A-3 at the height of Dos Hermanas), Cádiz (A-4 Puerto Real, direction San Fernando) and Málaga (A-7 in San Pedro de Alcántara and in Arroyo de la Miel towards Cádiz).



First big getaway of the summer with fuel through the roof

The Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, has presented this week the package of measures agreed to guarantee the safety of drivers during the operation out of 2018. There will be three special operations, which will coincide with the dates on which a greater influx is expected on the roads: the first of the summer -From this Friday, June 29 to July 1-, operation August 1st -from July 31 to August 1- and the return operation -From August 31 to September 2-.

EL ESPAÑOL prepares a manual in which he compiles the information that will help you not despair at the wheel this summer: Where are the undetectable mini radars that fry Spanish drivers to fines? Which are the roads and hours to avoid so as not to get caught in traffic? Than days will there be more displacements?

Traffic jams on Spanish roads during the start of the bridge.

Traffic jams on Spanish roads during the start of the bridge.

EFE

This weekend starts the first operation of this summer, from three in the afternoon on Friday to midnight on Sunday.

Friday June 29

Unfavorable time slot: 15:00 – 24:00 hours (very unfavorable from 16:00 to 23:00).

Most collapsed roads (more than 18,000 vehicles): They will be the departures from the large population centers in the interior of the Peninsula in the direction of the tourist and coastal areas. From north to south.

A-9: A Coruña – Vigo section.

A-8: Santander – Bilbao section.

A-68: Logroño – Zaragoza section.

N-2: Zaragoza – Lleida section.

A-6: As it passes through Tordesillas (Valladolid).

A-1: Madrid – Arganda del Duero section.

A-2: Madrid section – Exit from the province of Guadalajara.

A-3: Madrid – Albacete section and at the detour to Valencia.

A-7: Section Sagunto (Valencia) – Castellón. Malaga – La Concepción Line Section.

A-5: Madrid Section – Entry into the province of Cáceres.

N-410: Madrid – Toledo section.

A-4: Madrid – Granada section.

N-340: Section Lorca (Murcia) – Elche (Alicante).

A-45: Dos Hermanas section (Seville) – Cádiz.

A-49: Seville – Ayamonte (Huelva).

The main destination of the exit operation will be the Mediterranean coast

The main destination of the exit operation will be the Mediterranean coast

EFE

Saturday June 30

Unfavorable time slot: 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. (very unfavorable from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.).

Most collapsed roads (more than 18,000 vehicles): They will be the departures from the large population centers in the interior of the Peninsula in the direction of the tourist and coastal areas. From north to south.

A-8: Santander – Bilbao section.

N-2: Zaragoza – Lleida section.

A-1: Madrid – Arganda del Duero section.

A-3: Madrid – Albacete section and at the detour to Valencia.

A-7: Section Sagunto (Valencia) – Castellón.

A-5: Madrid Section – Entry into the province of Cáceres.

N-410: Madrid – Toledo section.

A-4: Madrid – Granada section.

N-340: Section Lorca (Murcia) – Elche (Alicante).

A-45: Dos Hermanas section (Seville) – Cádiz. Córdoba – Málaga section.

A-49: Seville – Ayamonte (Huelva).

Sunday July 1

Unfavorable time slot: 18:00 – 24:00 hours (very unfavorable from 19:00 to 23:00).

Most collapsed roads (more than 18,000 vehicles): Return, departures from the coastal towns to the large cities in the interior of the peninsula. From north to south.

A-8: Santander – Bilbao section.

A-68: Logroño – Zaragoza section.

N-2: Zaragoza – Lleida section.

A-6: As it passes through Tordesillas (Valladolid).

A-1: Madrid – Arganda del Duero section.

A-2: Madrid section – Exit from the province of Guadalajara.

A-3: Madrid – Albacete section and at the detour to Valencia.

A-7: Section Sagunto (Valencia) – Castellón.

A-5: Madrid Section – Entry into the province of Cáceres.

N-410: Madrid – Toledo section.

A-4: Madrid – Bailén (Jaén) section.

N-340: Section Lorca (Murcia) – Elche (Alicante).

A-45: Dos Hermanas section (Seville) – Cádiz. Córdoba – Málaga section.

A-49: Seville – Ayamonte (Huelva).

Here you can check the traffic status in real time.

Surveillance systems

Mini radars velolaser: These are 60 devices controlled by the Civil Guard and operational since May of this year. They are considered undetectable due to their small size and their remote control system, but EL ESPAÑOL has been able to know the location of 57 of these radars.

The new DGT radar: small, compact and foolproof

The new DGT radar: small, compact and foolproof

A coruña

-A-6. Lugo / Arteixo. At the Teixeiro exit. Km 545

-Third Round. Shopping center exit (exit direction)

-AC-12. Under the Canalejo hospital, direction O Burgo

-N-VI. Departure from Coruña at the beginning of the passage bridge

-N-VI. Perrilo (Potters). In front of the Froiz and Burger King, behind the median (direction Coruña)

-AP-9. Exit 7, O Temple-O Burgo (at the level of the gas station)

-Potters. Carretera Meirás Dorneda

-Laracha. Entrance of Payosaco.

Alicante

-Novelda in limit zone 50 km / h

Barcelona

-Sant Boi de Llobregat, in Avenida de la Marina

-C-58. Terrace, exit of the gas station km. 17 (direction Manresa)

Cantabria

-Carrefour Torrelavega Highway

Real city

-Puertollano

Granada

-A-92. Km 208, direction Granada

Huesca

-N-240. Km. 305, between Santa Cilia and Puente la Reina

-A-1213, before Albero Bajo

The Rioja

-N-232. Recajo (on the Villar de Arnedo climb)

Las Palmas

-GC-1 (Neighborhood height)

Lugo

-LU-530. Carretera Lugo Fonsagrada Carqueixo

-The Trobo

-Millarada. Passing the bus stop, direction Rábade

-N-VI. Around Outeiro de Rei

-Gaibor. Meaning of Rábade

-A-6. Nadela exit, towards Madrid

-N-541. Seven kms from Villalba

Madrid

-TO 5. Km 6.8 (at the height of the barracks)

-M-502. City of the Image (at the height of Telemadrid)

-Carretera Pinto a San Martín de la Vega, before the scrapyards.

-Villaconejos. Carretera de Aranjuez number 51. Citroën C4 at the bus stop Entrance to Ciudad Jardín, from the A-45.

-A-4. Km 26.5, at the height of Valdemoro towards Andalusia

-Moraleja de Enmedio, on the service road to enter the industrial estate

Málaga

-MA-20. At Repsol versus Makro. Entrance to the city from Torremolinos

-Polígono Industrial Guadalhorce, in front of the car junkyards Carretera de La Azucarera-Intehorce

-Avda. Juan Sebastián el Cano nº 98, towards Malaga

-AP-46, before entering the tollgate towards Malaga

Murcia

-San Javier. In urban beach area

-Polígono de Lorca in Pérez Casas towards Puerto Lumbreras.

-Eurovosa. Km 5

-Carretera Tallante, direction Mazarrón

-Crossing of Abarán and La Olla

Navarra

-NA-122. Km 9. At the height of Dicastillo (between Morentin and Allo), before the half roundabout towards Allo.

Ourense

-OU.801. Km. 2O, 500 County-Padrenda.

-Road from Celanova to Ourense

-N-541, entrance to Brues

-A-52. Km. 248

Pontevedra

-Poio, on the way up to Montecelo Hospital

-Avenida de Lugo

-Avenida Buenos Aires

-Vilagarcía de Arousa

-Under the highway bridge in Mollabao, direction Marín

-A-55. Km 29-30, at the height of Tuy (direction Porriño)

-Walk of the Lerez river

Teruel

-A-23 direction Teruel, km 72 (in gray Citroën)

Valencia

-La Cañada, Paterna. 29th Street No. 46

-Ronda Sur, at the height of the Campanar cemetery

Zaragoza

-A-126 km 44 between Remolinos and Tauste

Drones: These five flying devices are the all-seeing eye of the DGT, which also has a fleet of 12 pilots specifically trained for their control. They will be released with the launch of this operation: one of them will be sent to the Canary Islands and the remaining four will be distributed between the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands. They will only carry out observation tasks and will not be able to fine the offenders.

DGT drone in tests

DGT drone in tests

DGT

Helicópteros Pegasus: Currently the General Directorate of Traffic has 12 helicopters in charge of a group of 65 people made up of pilots, maintenance technicians, camera operators and administrative, logistics and engineering personnel. In addition to monitoring and regulating traffic, they are engaged in rescue, transport and night operations. They are currently distributed in seven locations: A Coruña, Madrid, Malaga, Seville, Valencia, Valladolid and Zaragoza.

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