The City of La Linea Gibraltar inform workers of measures to prevent collapse of the border
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The first deputy mayor, Helenio Lucas 'La 100x100 Line', told them that the third rail access to Gibraltar "is only awaiting the signature of the Ministry of Public Works for its construction," reports linense consistory in a statement.
On the other hand, it indicates that working on the creation of a second access to hazardous or perishable goods, who understand that both measures descongestionarían the entrance to Rock.
Lucas explained to Ascteg the truck jams along the West have been motivated by the installation and dismantling of the evening and Festivals in the place you are routinely diverted, but that this issue "has already been solved."
Other local initiatives to alleviate congestion at the entrances to pass Gibraltar enable parking for buses near the entrance, so that they no longer obstruct the passage when travelers go up or down.
Also, the City Council has announced it will hold regular meetings with Customs and the Port Authority of Algeciras Bay (APBA) to "solve the problems as they arise."
Moreover, representatives of Ascteg have shown "upset" by the statements of the mayor of Algeciras, Jose Ignacio Landaluce (PP), "blaming the citizens queuing to adequately use the automated border control ". In the same vein, the association believes that the PP "has not done enough in recent years to eliminate the queues".
They have also conveyed their concerns to Lucas' lack of staff in the Customs, "while" many more troops are intended to Operation Crossing the Straits ".
They also call for more collaboration between the Civil Guard and the National Police for "not duplicate controls" and expressed its intention to ask for clarification of limited draw four packets of snuff.