The Valencia Council has given priority
to a project that aims to eliminate
access barriers throughout the city,
in order to create a city open to all.
6,237 ramps between pavement and road,
the removal of drainage obstacles and
pot holes, the installation of special
paving and acoustic traffic lights
at road crossings will all help make
the city and its wonderful street-life
more accessible for everyone to enjoy.
Nevertheless we have to say that there
is still much to do, especially in
the old quarter of the city. In this
area there are very few modern facilities
and the narrow winding streets are
shared by pedestrians and cars alike
- respect and due care must be shown
at all times.