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Five short-term road closures over two weeks

Five short-term road closures over two weeks

By Staff Writer - October 17, 2016

roadwork2Five short-term road closures are due to take place between late October and November 10. In each case, the work will be carried out overnight to minimise inconvenience for residents and road users.

Parts of avenue Saint Michel will be closed from 8 pm on October 27 until 3 am on the following day, and rue Grimaldi will be closed during the same hours from rue Princesse Caroline to Place d’Armes.

Near the Odeon Tower, boulevard de Tenao will be closed November 3 from 8 pm until 6 am November 4, from the Tower to the mini roundabout behind the Chateau Perigord, and again from 8 pm until 6 am 0 on the following night.

The avenue du Port will be closed in its entirety from 8 pm on November 3 until 8 pm on November 5, while the boulevard d’Italie will be fully closed from Sunday, November 6 at 8 pm until Thursday, November 10 at 6 am.

In all cases, the work involves the relaying of asphalt.

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