Transport and communications Almeria is a city with a wide range of transport links. Regulation Panel urban traffic live information on traffic in the streets of Almeria. Top Airport Freeway Access (AL-12).Article 7 of the Law on Traffic, Traffic and Road Safety approved by RDL 339/1990 attributed to municipalities to allow a sufficient powers, including detention of the vehicle management and traffic control and regulation of their uses. This adjustment is done through the Municipal Traffic Ordinance of the City of Almer a, adopted in plenary session on 24 January 1997 and it establishes the uses that can be given to the tracks, which can reach speeds of vehicles together with the times and areas established for loading and unloading goods in the city. On 1 December 2009, the Fast decided to launch a campaign to prevent accidents occurring at roundabouts.According to the local office, there is an average of 117 accidents per year in the city where this type of road. Motor Vehicle Fleet The city has a fleet at a rate of 782 cars per 1000 inhabitants, which is higher the ratio of the province that is 730 cars per 1000 inhabitants, according to existing data in the database of Spain Economic Yearbook 2009, published by La Caixa. These same data indicate a park 17,722 vehicles between trucks and vans, with probability, that there is a substantial number of people professionally engaged Trasnportes of goods, due to the important role as a city of national and international distributor of horticultural products produced in the province. Shipping Port Almeria. At the site where the port of Almeria existed since antiquity an anchorage used by Phoenicians, Greeks, Carthaginians and Romans, who named it Portus Magnus.During the Muslim occupation, Almeria became the most important port city of Al-Andalus, and the most active arsenal. The port as we know it was born in 1847, the beginning of his works, and is currently being expanded with new springs to make it a container port for large international shipping. Alcazaba of Almeria on the port Port Almer a holds regular lines which carried 1,115,000 passengers in 2007. Their destinations are as follows: Melilla (with Acciona-Trasmerr nea), Nador (Morocco, with Acciona-Trasmerr nea Ferrimaroc, Comanav, Comarit, LIMADET and EuroFerrys) , Al Hoceima (Morocco, with European Shipping Lines and Comanav) Ghazaouet Oran (in Algeria, with Acciona-Trasmerr nea).It also scale tourist cruises in the Merranean (36,000 passengers in 2007) and also has loading docks (1,600,000 tons in 2007), an important fishing port and a marina with 277 moorings for pleasure craft. Boeing 737 Air transport in Almeria Airport. Created in the late 60s to meet the demands of tourism and film industry, Almeria Airport (IATA: LEI, ICAO: LEAM) is an important economic engine of the capital and the province. Located 8 km east of the capital, is connected to it through the AL-12 highway, and the rest of the province through the A-7-E-15.