In an attempt to preserve our local colloquial heritage regarding Gibraltar’s old street names, the Ministry for Transport, Traffic & Technical Services, who has responsibility for street signs throughout Gibraltar, has embarked upon a project which will see our old street names and a brief description explaining why these streets were named as such, engraved on new street plaques.
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Gibraltar’s new Sustainable Traffic, Transport and Parking Plan (STTPP) outlines how the Government intend to build a sustainable and safe transport network for Gibraltar. This plan is a result of the Government’s manifesto commitment to address congestion and movement problems throughout Gibraltar. Of particular concern is the level of rising traffic congestion and its’ contribution to air quality problems. Recognising the different impacts that transport has on the environment and health, the plan has been developed with the support and input of Ministers responsible for traffic, public transport, health and the environment.
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Closing date for Your Comments extended until 31 March 2015
Tuesday, 10 June 2014 08:16
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A Geoportal is used to find and access geographic information (geospatial information) and associated geographic services. These services allow the user to display, edit, analyse, and manipulate geographic data via the Internet.
From this site you will be able to access various Geographic web based services including our Map Viewer. New services will be added as they are developed so remember to keep visiting this site to check for new additions.