Palma/Madrid.—Walking tipsy along the streets might be a thing of the past as Spain’s Directorate General of Traffic plans to introduce breathalyzser  tests for pedestrians.
As the crackdown on what is deemed to be dangerous walking is explored, Spain might also introduce an off-road speed limit for joggers.
Buried among a group of other road safety suggestions; these proposals are aimed at giving Spanish pedestrians responsibilities similar to those held by drivers.
The plans are not popular and have sparked sparked disputes.
The government’s top advisory council called the plans a violation of Spaniards’ rights.


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