The link of the A-30 against the A-7 in the direction of Alicante registers difficulties for circulation around 7:00 p.m.
The return operation of the Pilar bridge leaves retentions this Tuesday afternoon at the Espinardo junction, in Murcia, one of the major sources of traffic congestion in the Region of Murcia. According to the website of the General Directorate of Traffic (DGT), around 7:00 p.m., there are difficult conditions to circulate. For this reason, and due to the number of cars that congest the highway, drivers are asked to be cautious.
Specifically, the main withholdings are concentrated in the direction of Alicante and at the junction of the A-7 with the A-30. Circulation is slow in the
section that runs from the exit of the highway to the districts of La Ñora and Guadalupe until the end of the Espinardo Campus of the University of Murcia (UMU), at the height of the fixed radar.
As for the rest of the Region of Murcia, there have been no notable incidents in the return operation this Tuesday, the 12th of October party.
Neither in the Puerto de la Cadena nor on the roads of other large municipalities such as Cartagena have there been major problems, according to the DGT website and other tools such as Google that record traffic in real time. In addition, there have been no accidents with injuries during the day.
In fact, retentions in the Espinardo de Murcia knot are the usual trend. Both on weekends and long weekends and on weekdays, traffic jams are routine in this area of Murcia. It is not strange, since the municipality is at the head of the Spanish cities with the most cars, one for every two neighbors. This traffic grows in the urban environment, in addition, it threatens to aggravate pollution levels far removed from the new guidelines of the World Health Organization (WHO).