Soria has more than 53,210 m2 of pedestrian zones.
According to the plan for the Pedestrianisation and Renovation of Historic Building’s Surrounding in Soria, put forward by the City Council's technical team, the criteria for new infrastructure should focus on improving pedestrian accessibility to the Historic Centre.
The following map (please see attachment) shows the total number of pedestrian streets in the city, integrating the new designs to the current layout.
At present, this initiative is 95% complete. Only the work on Aberca Street remains in progress. Among the actions proposed were the pedestrianisation of the urban road network within the almond-shaped Historic Centre of Soria, which has been expanded, branching West in the area surrounding Alameda de Cervantes Park, Sagunto Street, Vicente Tutor Ferial and El Salvador Square.
In the space where the perimeter delimits the old Ring Road (San Benito, Tejera, Santo Tomé Cuesta Dehesa, Serena, San Agustín), Postas, Los Betetas, San Juan Rabanera, Caballeros, Navarras Ave., Los Linajes de Soria, Nicolás Rabal and San Andrés Blvd., traffic will continue to flow in penetration streets such as Santa María and Mesta, and in the first section of El Pregonero, Doctrina, Sanz Oliveros, Calixto Pereda, Las Postas and Los Betetas streets. As for the rest, they will remain either pedestrian or restricted traffic zones, with speed limits of 30 km/h, or with loading/unloading at set times.