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ZTL, Parking in Orvieto

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I'm having difficulty trying to figure out the ZTL zones of Orvieto. The Comune of Orvieto offers this ZTL map: http://www.comune.orvieto.tr.it/ZTL/brochure_zeta_v1.pdf, but even with the English translation, I can't tell if the parking lots on the outer edges of the upper city are freely accessible by car. I would like to park in Piazza Marconi, which is behind the Duomo.

I think I understand the Sector colors, which seem to refer to specific streets with gates, indicated on the map. But I don't know what role the "Zone" colors play. Also, the "P" icons come in green, blue, and white. Does anyone know what the different "P" colors mean? There doesn't seem to be any explanation on the PDF.

I'm trying to figure out if I can enter the city through Piazza Cahen, drive up via Postierla to via Nebbia, and park at Piazza Marconi. Does anyone know if I can do this without entering a ZTL? Thank you.

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