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Gibraltar’s changing street names leave the common tourist scratching their head

It’s not a big place to get lost in but things can take a complicated turn in a bilingual territory where most streets have two names

Balearic transport system overwhelmed after 40% private car increase

POOR train routes and inconvenient bus routes have caused traffic to increase over 40% in the last decade in the Balearics, while it has...

Balearic Islands propose limiting the number of cars to cope with tourism

Formentera town hall say the draft bill will limit the number of cars in circulation and cap the number of rental cars and motorbikes.

New ‘smart-surveillance’ cameras installed on Spain’s roads

First of the new high-tech cameras has been installed on the motorway between Torre del Mar and Velez-Malaga

Spanish construction firms to connect Australian outback

Ferrovial and Acciona have won a €1.1 billion contract to connect a town to the main highway

Spain launches week long campaign to clampdown on drink drivers and drug abusers

More Guardia Civil officers will be out on the roads as well as the creation of extra drug and alcohol checkpoints

Andalucia to receive €1.6 billion to develop infrastructure

Roads, airports and housing will all benefit from the extra funding

Run down roads to get repairs in Torre del Mar

Mayor Francisco Bonilla plans to rejuvenate Torre del Mar as a 'flagship tourism town'

Spanish roads get protection boost for July and August

More than 10,000 policeman, 600 civilians and 13,000 public works employees will be deployed on Spain’s roads this summer to help manage the enormous traffic increase

Roads closed for Liam Neeson as Taken 3 films in Murcia

The fire brigade was put on standby as Hollywood's bad boy begins the shoot

New laws for Spain’s roads in force from today

Motorists are being encouraged to familiarise themselves with the change to the law

Report slams dangerous deterioration of Spanish roads

The roads are the worst they have been since records began in 1985

Ice and easy does it for the Junta’s snow squad

The Junta has launched its winter road maintenance plan to prepare for the coming chill

Tolls take their toll

Success of toll roads is poles apart

Safer roads for Churriana

Camino del Pilar recently widened renovated to put an end to years of terrible accidents

British toddlers killed in Spain crash

The family were travelling to Morocco when the driver lost control and veered off the road

Spain grinds to a halt

Cold snap causes chaos across the country
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