Writing.- During the meeting held last Friday with the mobility managers of the City of Madrid, ATA, through the collective Madrid Sustainable, ripped off the commitment of the council to get access permissions to Gran via, in a period of time not exceeding 24 hours.
This claim came few days ago, after having knowledge of the entry into force of the protocol for the access to Gran Vía, ATA denounced the nonsense that was supposed to lengthen the term of grant of permissions for 4 days, a period completely unfeasible to perform many activities in this commercial area during these dates.
ATA has insisted at all times in support of a measure marked by the entry into force of the actions included as a response to the notice of the level 4 alert against terrorism, although it is understood that the ability of the city Council, to access and process the data, it was excessive with an extended period of time.
It should be noted that the measure that determined the deadline of four days for the granting of the permission, was published in the Official gazette (BOAM), the last day 21 of November, and that was, to all intents and purposes, that many professionals are seen without being able to apply in time, some permissions for services, which can hardly be foreseen with much advance notice.
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