First cuts of traffic on Catalan roads in protest of the 21D

First cuts of traffic on Catalan roads in protest of the 21D

Independence groups have cut half a dozen roads in Catalonia since the early morning, with affectations already located in both directions of the Ronda Litoral and Dalt de Barcelona.

Specifically, as reported by the Servei Català de Trànsit, from 6.43 hours is cut in two directions the B-20 (Ronda de Dalt) at the height of the exit 11 (Diagonal), while the B-10 ( Ronda Litoral) is also cut in both directions at the height of Montjuic.

It is also cut the B-23 at the height of Sant Joan Despí, in the direction of departure to Barcelona.

Since 6:00 am the AP-7 highway in l'Ampolla, in Tarragona and the N-II in Figueres, were interrupted by traffic, reported the Servei Català de Trànsit (SCT).

The Denfensa Committees of the Republic (CDR) have called for numerous protests today in protest of the celebration in Barcelona of the Council of Ministers, including road blocks throughout the Catalan geography.

Among the first affected roads are the AP-7 motorway, cut in both directions of the march in l'Ampolla, the N-II in Figueres (Girona), also in both directions, and the C-31 in Verges (Girona). ).

Other routes cut to traffic are the C-25 in Campllong (Girona), the C-58 in Vacarisses (Barcelona) and the C-65 in Llambilles (Girona).

To cut traffic, the CDRs have burned tires in the middle of the tracks or have placed trunks of cut trees.

Also in Barcelona, ​​exit 11 of Ronda de Dalt has been cut, which is beginning to create strong retentions in this Barcelona artery.

The Generalitat has recommended that today travel by vehicle in the Barcelona area be limited due to protests organized by various pro-independence groups on the occasion of the meeting of the Council of Ministers in the Catalan capital.


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