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Nou decret de Mobilitat

foto 2020 nou decret mobilitatDECRET DE PRESIDÈNCIA SOBRE MESURES EN MATÈRIA DE TRANSPORTS PER CARRETERA A FORMENTERA AMB MOTIU DE LA CRISI SANITÀRIA DERIVADA DEL COVID-19

La presidenta del Consell de Formentera, Alejandra Ferrer, signà en el dia d’ahir un nou decret de mobilitat que estableix les següents mesures de reducció del servei de transport públic:

1) Servei de transport públic en autobús:

- Es redueix al 66% la prestació del servei, les línies L1 i L2 s’unifiquen en una sola línia que comunica les principals poblacions de l'illa i garanteix la connexió amb els horaris d’arribada i sortida de les barques de passatge amb aquestes poblacions i amb l'Hospital, en aquest últim cas per facilitar els desplaçaments del personal sanitari.

El nou horari s’inicia el dilluns 6 d’abril de 2020 i es mantindrà mentre duri l’estat d’alarma. Part del servei es realitzarà a la demanda. Els serveis a la demanda es deuen sol·licitar amb una hora d'antelació al telèfon 695 16 16 36, excepte la primera expedició que es deu sol·licitar el dia anterior abans de les 21h. Els dissabtes de tarda, diumenges i festius no es presta servei.

2) Servei de transport públic en vehicle auto-taxi:

- Es redueix al 20% la prestació del servei, de manera que quedarà garantit amb 5 vehicles del total de les 25 llicències ordinàries existents. La parada del Port de la Savina disposarà de servei presencial als horaris d’arribada de les barques, mentre que a la resta de l’illa el servei es prestarà a la demanda a través de radio taxi, telèfon 971 32 23 42. L’associació del taxi serà l’encarregada de determinar els torns rotatoris per prestar el servei en les condicions establertes.

Aquest decret manté la resta de mesures establertes amb anterioritat, com són que els autobusos i taxis hauran de seguir les mesures de neteja i informació que proporcionin en tot moment les autoritats sanitàries. Així mateix hauran d’incrementar les tasques de neteja per centrar els esforços en la desinfecció de les superfícies de major ús per part dels viatgers. També recull mesures de protecció del personal del transport públic.

Destaquen dues mesures, que l’ocupació màxima dels autobusos deu ser del 33% i que els desplaçaments realitzats en vehicle auto-taxi hauran de fer-se individualment, a excepció de quan els usuaris requereixin d’acompanyament d’una altra persona, com són els menors, malalts o persones amb mobilitat reduïda o altres causes justificades. En el cas dels auto-taxis els viatgers hauran d’anar als seients del darrera, deixant un seient de separació entre ells, si en fos el cas.

Per últim, el decret manté la suspensió del servei d’estacionament regulat de vehicles a la zona blava, verda i aparcament dissuasiu de l’illa amb l’objectiu d’evitar al màxim la necessitat de moure vehicles.


4 d’abril de 2020
Àrea de Comunicació
Consell de Formentera

Mobility decree re: Covid-19

Given the state of alarm surrounding the Covid-19 health crisis, the Consell de Formentera reports that a decree has been adopted with the following protocol concerning public transport on Formentera roads.

Signed today by Consell president Alejandra Ferrer, the decree mandates a caveat on the continued provision public transport: that both buses and taxis must circulate at 50 per cent capacity. Exceptions are made for taxi passengers such as children, the sick and individuals with reduced mobility who require accompaniment. Failing that, ride-hailers travelling by cab must sit in the back seat and leave one seat of space between them.

Operational taxi service is required by law at the Port de la Savina bus-stop whenever ferries arrive. Across the rest of the island, the service is available by telephone at 971 32 23 42.

Both bus- and cabdrivers must advise passengers of hygienic and precautionary measures to be followed by everyone. They must also follow the recommendations of health authorities with regard to cleaning and disinfecting vehicles. Protocol to safeguard staff according to the indications of health authorities are likewise mandated.

Drivers whom health authorities consider to be particularly at risk are encouraged to stay home from work.

17 March 2020
Department of Communications
Consell de Formentera

Formentera suspends blue and green zone metred parking for two weeks

The Formentera Department of Mobility announced today it was placing blue and green zone metred parking checks on hold for two weeks. The temporary suspension takes effect Monday and is part of a number of steps taken by the administration in response to the situation of national alarm around the Covid-19 crisis.

Mobility chief Rafael González said that from this Monday, 16 March, residents would have one more reason to stay indoors since tickets to leave vehicles in blue and green zone parking spots would be no longer necessary. Attendants will still do rounds to check for unauthorised vehicles parked in handicapped spaces or areas not fit for parking.

14 March 2020
Department of Communications
Consell de Formentera

Formentera announces tender of 16 seasonal taxi permits for 2020/2021

Taxi FormenteraJThe Formentera Department of Mobility reports that the application period for seasonal chauffeurs’ licences began last Saturday and extends through Tuesday 10 March.

Individuals with permanent licences and salaried employees that can provide proof of at least five months’ worth of work in the sector over the last two years. Sixteen seasonal permits be available in 2020 and 2021, up from 10 in 2018/2019.

This year and next, eight seasonal drivers will provide service from 1 June to 31 August and the remaining eight from 1 July to 30 September, meaning a total of 16 seasonal cabs will be on the road in July and August, plus 25 vehicles driven by chauffeurs who operate year round.

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In July and August, when the scheme to count and cap incoming vehicles is enforced, a total of 41 taxis will be in service. Last year the number was 35 — a 17% increase in twelve months.

“This 17% uptick, plus the 18% surge in bus rides on public transport, means more sustainable mobility alternatives for tourists and islanders”, said mobility chief Rafael González. “The upshot is that hitting our 2020 target of 4% fewer in-bound vehicles is going to be that much easier.”

Sustainable vehicles (hybrids)
The assignment of new seasonal taxis will be decided by public tender. Sustainable (hybrid) and new vehicles will receive higher ratings. According to González, “this time around we opted to give preference to hybrid vehicles, which are easier on the environment, and help push us closer to our final goal: making mobility sustainable on Formentera”.

Interested parties can review the terms and conditions here.

3 March 2020
Department of Communications
Consell de Formentera

Applications for chauffeurs’ licences now being accepted

taxis-2020taxi-formenterajThe Formentera Department of Mobility announces the first round of competitive exams to obtain a local taxi permit.

Registration for the 4 March session began last Friday 7 February and will continue through the end of the day on Thursday the 20th. A second round of exams is scheduled for 1 April 2020, with registration opening ten days prior on 20 February.

Interested parties should visit the Citizen's Information Office (Oficina d’Atenció Ciutadana, or OAC) at Carrer Ramon Llull, 6, in Sant Francesc, or online via the OVAC. Once registration is closed, a provisional list of accepted and rejected students will be posted to the Consell de Formentera bulletin board and website.

Transport public on the rise
Highlighting forecasts this year of increased demand for cab drivers, mobility councillor Rafael González encouraged all those who might be interested to take the test. The local taxi fleet will grow by 17% in 2020, taking on an extra 6 vehicles. González said the change was about offering islanders and tourists “a better public service, and more mobility options”. Moreover, the new additions will be hybrids, “bringing them one step closer to sustainability”, said the councillor.

For complete information on chauffeurs’ licences and how to obtain one, as well as details about terms and conditions and the subjects that may appear on the exam, visit this link.

11 February 2020
Department of Communication
Consell de Formentera

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