• All set for ‘Traffic Free Tuesday’

    All set for ‘Traffic Free Tuesday’0

    Tomorrow will mark Gibraltar’s second ‘Traffic Free Tuesday’, an initiative by the group Sustainable Gibraltar to encourage people to leave their cars at home for one day. Last month was the first event with the group aiming to raise awareness of their campaign and in turn have more participants. “There are definitely people out there

  • Traffic jammed as Spanish taxi driver strike continues

    Traffic jammed as Spanish taxi driver strike continues0

    Traffic is still snarled in some of Spain’s biggest cities as striking taxi drivers extend their protest against ride-hailing services. Hundreds of taxis have spent a fourth consecutive night parked on the Gran Via, one of Barcelona’s main roads, while dozens of protesters slept in tents along Madrid’s Paseo de la Castellana. The protesters want

  • Govt tweaks Zone 2 parking scheme

    Govt tweaks Zone 2 parking scheme0

    The Gibraltar Government has outlined plans to modify the Residential Parking Scheme (RPS) Zone 2 to try to test other parking concepts. According to the Minister for Transport, Paul Balban, the changes aim to maximise the usage of Gibraltar’s limited public parking stocks and take into account the feedback received from stakeholders since the launch

  • People smugglers charged thousands for jet ski trip to Europe

    People smugglers charged thousands for jet ski trip to Europe0

    Spanish authorities have broken up a Moroccan gang that used powerful jet skis to smuggle migrants across the Strait of Gibraltar. The trips took half an hour and cost 4,000 euros (£3,494). Police say each jet ski carried between one and three migrants and a skipper over the less than 10 miles from Morocco to