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Two squares in Rijeka became pedestrian zones

first_imgThe final section of the blind Šime Ljubića Street will be used for access of vehicles with a permit to the service area of ​​the Korzo Center, as well as to the area of ​​the City of Rijeka. . Also, the necessary corrections and additions to the existing vertical signalization will be made. Finally, in Dolac Street, along the northern sidewalk, paid parking spaces will be marked. A permanent parking ban has been introduced on the 128th HV Brigade Square, Rijeka Resolution Square and Marin Držić Street. Thus, these squares in Rijeka became a pedestrian zone, as a continuation of the project of expanding public areas in Rijeka. The squares will now be only minimally arranged, in terms of landscaping and horticulture, and work should begin soon. As the Mayor of Rijeka Vojko Obersnel said during the amendment of the Decision on the designation of public parking lots, given that conservation conditions require extensive architectural research, which could not be completed by next year, when Rijeka becomes the European Capital of Culture, significant investment in the arrangement of squares. In order to close the access of vehicles to the squares, at the junction of Dolac Street and Trg 128. brigade HV, two dismantling poles will be temporarily installed, while Rudolfa Strohala Street will be turned into a one-way street in a southerly direction. parking spaces. As part of Phase 1, the following modifications will be made. Also, the ramp arms in Strohalova Street and Dolac Street will be dismantled (for now only raised), with these streets becoming flowing without access restrictions, and the three parking spaces now reserved for ACI in Dolac Street, near the Bonavia Hotel, will be repurposed. in places reserved for supply, and in Strohalova Street, on the eastern traffic lane, three new parking spaces will be marked. Source / photo: City of Rijekalast_img read more

Angels GM Billy Eppler says Bour, Pujols, Ohtani playing time difficult to forecast

first_img Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Sign up for Home Turf and get exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here.Bour, 30, hit .227 with 20 homers and a .341 on-base percentage in 2018, with the Miami Marlins and Philadelphia Phillies, who declined to offer him arbitration. Over the past three years, Bour has hit 60 homers with an .820 OPS. Over the same span, Eric Hosmer has a .788 OPS. Bour’s offensive line is almost identical to Brandon Belt’s over the past three years, although Bour is not as good defensively.Bour certainly gives the Angels an option when either Pujols or Ohtani is unavailable. When all three are available, though, is when the situation will get interesting.While Pujols is one of the greatest hitters in the history of the sport, he’s going to be 39 years old and is coming off a three-year span in which he’s produced a .719 OPS. He’s also had three separate surgeries in the past 36 months.Earlier this week at the Winter Meetings, when discussing Pujols’ role in 2019, new manager Brad Ausmus suggested that Pujols’ history won’t carry as much weight as his current circumstances.Related Articles “This guy is a phenomenal talent,” Ausmus said. “But going forward, it’s just going to be his health and performance. It’s a performance-based game.”Ausmus made those comments before Bour’s deal was public. After Bour was signed Saturday, Eppler said it was too early to project what will happen with the three players.“We’re going to do what we feel is best to give our team a chance to win,” he said. “Those will be discussions that Brad and myself and our staffs have, but we’re not presented with that at this moment in time. We can’t answer that question.”center_img On the day the Angels officially added a third name into the mix for two spots in their everyday lineup, Billy Eppler said it’s too early to predict how exactly the mix will work.The Angels on Saturday officially announced a one-year deal for first baseman Justin Bour, whose agreement became public Wednesday. Bour will make $2.5 million, with a possible extra $500,000 in incentives if he reaches 500 plate appearances.How the plate appearances will be divided among Bour, Albert Pujols and Shohei Ohtani remains to be seen. Bour and Pujols can only play first, and Ohtani will only be a DH in 2019.“We’re in a situation that’s pretty difficult to forecast,” said Eppler, who couldn’t comment on Bour until the deal was finalized Saturday. “Both Ohtani and Albert had end-of-season procedures. It’s difficult to forecast and we can’t accurately forecast plate appearances for either of those guys. What’s important is to approach those organically and see what the medical team says as we enter spring training, and see what we can do.” Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter Pujols had knee surgery in August and elbow surgery in September. Although he’s expected to be ready by opening day, the quantity of time he can play first is unknown.Ohtani had Tommy John surgery in early October. He is expected to play the majority of the season at DH, but won’t likely be ready by Opening Day. It will be late January before the Angels can get a more specific idea of how much time into the season he may be out.With all that in mind, they signed Bour.Although Bour signed a one-year deal, he’ll remain under control to the Angels in 2020, if they deem he’s worth whatever salary he’d earn via arbitration.“He gives us a power bat to add to our lineup,” Eppler said. “He brings selectivity and he can impact the baseball. … He steps into the batter’s box with bad intentions, which is something we gravitate toward.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more