Friday, 03 December 2021

Dubrovnik and Split to fight with traffic problems together

Written by  Jul 11, 2019

The mayors of Dubrovnik and Split, Mato Frankovic and Andro Krstulovic Opara, met today in Dubrovnik and agreed on steps to fix the difficult situation on the roads of these cities especially during the tourist season, since because of the liberalization of the car market there is a multiplication of the number of taxi vehicles.

They intend to request the necessary modifications of the Road Traffic Act from the Government and Parliament of the Republic of Croatia by allowing towns with UNESCO-protected cores to autonomously regulate the number of taxis in their area in order to increased service quality and reduced road traffic pressure.

-We are preparing a joint text amending and supplementing the Road Traffic Act to regulate the unsustainable condition of the city's roads resulting from the liberalization of the car transport market - said mayors Andro Krstulovic Opara and Mato Franković after the meeting.

The Voice of Dubrovnik


Find us on Facebook