50 km/h (ZPI)

10:24 Oct 12, 2015
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Transport / Transportation / Shipping
Spanish term or phrase: 50 km/h (ZPI)
I am looking to find out what the acronym ZPI could refer to. The context is a description of road types and speed limits in a particular area of Catalonia; some of the speed limits are followed by (genèric) and others by (ZPI).

My initial thought was that it referred to a Zona Predominantamente Industrial, however due to the nature of the roads, which are bang in the middle of a tourist hub, this doesn't quite work for me.

My second thought is Zona Peatonal + something, but again, this theory is a little flawed due to the 50 km/h limit; seems a little excessive to me!

Would love to hear any other suggestions!
Jeran Richardson
United Kingdom
Local time: 02:37

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3zona de protección integral

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