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Operation Testimonio II: one-way traffic at the Larvotto boulevard

26 July 2019 - 15h41

A modification of the traffic pattern at the Larvotto Boulevard will be executed from Monday, July 29th, from 7.30 am until Friday, August 23rd at the end of the day. This change comes as part of Operation Testimonio II due to work on the networks (water, telecom and electricity).

Traffic changes will be made at the Larvotto Boulevard from Monday, July 29th, until August 23rd, due to the Testimonio II construction site, which aims to create 336 federal housing units. The one-way traffic at the boulevard has been favoured on the alternation, in order to limit the impact on traffic flows. From 7:30 am to 11:30 am, traffic will be allowed in the Menton direction towards Monaco to facilitate the flow into the Principality; while from 11:30 am to the next day at 7:30 am, traffic will be allowed in the Monaco direction towards Menton in order to facilitate the flow out of the Principality. On Saturdays and Sundays, however, traffic will be allowed in the Monaco direction towards Menton. It should be noted that during the long weekend of mid-August, between Thursday 15th and Monday 19th at 7:30 am, traffic will be allowed in both directions. Finally, access to the residences and buildings on the Larvotto Boulevard will be maintained throughout the work. The entrances and exits of public and private car parks will be carried out in accordance with the direction of traffic.

M.B.

© GOK

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