TBILISI, DFWatch–Six streets in the old part of the Georgian capital will become pedestrian zones, Tbilisi City Hall has decided.
City Hall explained that there is a demand from people to have more pedestrian areas in Old Tbilisi and that there is need for more tourism infrastructure.
The list of streets which will be car-free is the following:
Aghmashenebeli Avenue from #44 till Saarbrucken Square, which is undergoing rehabilitation; Erekle II Street, Botanical Garden and Alexandre Dumas Street, Gorgasali First Lane; Shardeni Street, Bamba Lane and Rkina Lane. The latter two are already car-free.
All these streets will have automatized lockers. Remote controls will be distributed to locals, emergency services and police.