90 km / h on two-way roads, now it seems that if you are serious
90 km / h on two-way roads, now it seems that if you are serious
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Less than a year ago, there was talk for the first time of unifying the maximum speed on two-way roads at 90 km / h. Although at that time the news was in that, a news "probe balloon" appeared yesterday the interior minister saying that this new speed will be approved shortly. But now this reduction is not justified with fuel savings, but it is argued that there is too little difference between the maximum speed on the highway / motorway.

The options considered are, increase the speed on motorway / highway (up to 140 km / h), reduce speed on two-way roads (less than 90 km / h) or something mixed (highway / highway 130 km / h and two-way 90 km / h). This third option seems to be the one that the current government and the DGT like the most, which have got down to work so that this new speed ratio is put into effect. Although the change will not be immediate, since first the General Regulations must be reworked and then all the limitation signs that there are must be modified. Something that is sure not going to be cheap.

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