The current urban area of Carlos III and Roncesvalles Avenues was designed for the flow of vehicular traffic. It is a strongly directional area, isotropic along its axes, whose job it is to deliver the greatest amount of traffic flow with the minimum of fuss. The only difficulties along the length of its flow presented themselves at the crossroads. These congestions caused a more neutral space to be created. Paradoxically, just as with pedestrian areas, vehicle spaces also rely on distance zoning, created out of the addition of cells with similar characteristics, along similar lines. It is as if the pedestrian broaches on this world with a feeling of guilt, causing him to retreat behind the walls of a building, seeking the shelter of shadows which shield him from the harsh reality of urban truth. Therefore, the transformation of this area into one suitable for pedestrians includes an analysis of the different patterns of movement as the starting point.