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City suitable for families: in Udine sixty pink stalls for pregnant women and new parents

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City suitable for families: in Udine sixty pink stalls for pregnant women and new parents

The municipal council approves the resolution: the new parking lots will be built in the center and in the suburbs, favoring the adjacent areas to public bodies

UDINE. Parking spaces reserved for pregnant women and all parents of children under the age of two. The proposal had come through an agenda approved in a previous municipal council, on the proposal of the M5S, but from Tuesday 5 July the good intentions became reality: “From today, thanks to the resolution with which we will establish sixty pink stalls for women pregnant and parents with children no older than two years, the city of Udine becomes even more family-friendly ».

This was announced on the sidelines of the meeting of the council, the deputy mayor and councilor for mobility of Udine, Loris Michelini. «To carry out this intervention – explained Michelini – we will apply for a contribution to the Government which provides, for a maximum of sixty stalls, the maximum disbursement of 30 thousand euros. Subsequently we will define, with tailor-made deeds, the procedures for issuing permits, the regulation of parking and the mapping of stalls on the city territory. This is a real revolution for our city because, by extending the right to free parking, and therefore accessibility to common areas, to the categories of future mothers and new parents, we are putting the family at the center of city life, which has always been considered an absolute priority by this municipal administration “.

The pink stalls will be built only in the “level” car parks (in the adjacent areas, on the edge and coplanar with the roadway) and outdoors, in the center and on the outskirts of Udine, especially close to public bodies.

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