Aragonese farmers continue their action to protest the crisis that the sector is going through after a day this Tuesday that showed the damages of the large tractor units in Zaragoza, Huesca and Teruel. The protests caused slow traffic on many roads in the three Aragonese provinces also on Wednesday.
The tractor units are already underway this Wednesday and cause mid-morning slow traffic on many roads in the three Aragonese provinces, because of the pillars of the tractors that obstruct the traffic of vehicles.
The conditions, which started at 8:00 and 9:00, are located on the N-232 in the two provinces of Zaragozasuch as Teruel; on the A-122, in the province of Zaragoza; and the N-240 in the province of Huesca.
In particular, in province of Zaragoza There is slow traffic on the N-232, near Fuentes de Ebro; and on the A-122 in Épila and La Almunia. According to DGT, After 11:00 this Wednesday, traffic on A-2 was interruptedfrom kilometer 279 in Calatorao (Zaragoza) to kilometer 271, in La Almunia de Doña Godina (Zaragoza), downward direction.
In the province of TeruelTHE N-232 It also presented a column of tractors above the towns of Híjar and Alcañiz and Zaragoza in Peñalba.
Many tractors on the N-232, where traffic is slow because of the protests.Toni Galán
Speaking of province of Huescathe situation is in N-240 at the height of the towns of Monzón, Siétamo, Binéfar, Candasnos and Tardienta, The Delegation of the Government of Aragon reported.
Map of the state of the roads of Aragon
State of roads in other parts of Spain
The protests continued with many traffic routes closed early in the morning, especially in the Catalonia, Valencian Community, Castilla-La Mancha Andalusia and Murciaas detailed by the General Directorate of Traffic in the last few hours.
on Castilla la Mancha, the A-4 and A-42 were closed in the province of Toledo, in Madridejos and Tembleque; In Ciudad Real, the A-4 in Manzanares and Puerto Lápice, and the A-3 in Argamasilla de Alba and Manzanares, in both directions, remain affected.
After recalling that these incidents are under the evolution of mobilizations, the DGT warned some affected sections of Cataloniasuch as AP-7 in Tarragona (Amposta) and in Girona (Báscara and San Julián de Ramis).
on Andalusiathe agricultural marches left many roads in Andalusia “impassable”, all in both directions, according to the DGT.
In Granada, the A-92 North in Venta Quemada; and in Seville there are many streets in Seville.
In the Valencian Community, Farmers’ protests caused cuts in the A-7 in L’Alcudia, in the -A-3 at the entrance to Los Corrales and in Utiel towards Madrid.