One of my most visited and commented posts is about traffic violations which those touring sunny Italy by car have collected.
Today, Via Paolo Sarpi in Milan became a ZTL or restricted traffic zone. This means that those who enter this street will be espied by cameras and will recieve a fine if they are not authorised to pass through along this street.
Italy has many cities in which ZTLs exist. These Zone Traffico Limitato areas are designed to prevent thousands of cars clogging up Italy’s city centres, and to help reduce pollution levels.
Many have been caught out once, if not twice, by Pisa’s poorly signposted honeytrap restricted traffic zone or ZTL/TZV.