Jumping International: Traffic restrictions in Port Hercule to continue until 12th July

With the Jumping International de Monte-Carlo leg of the Longines Global Champions Tour in full swing in Port Hercule, a number of parking and traffic restrictions have been put in place along the Quai des États-Unis, Route de la Piscine and Quai Antoine Ier. 

These restrictions, though frustrating for some residents and visitors, ensure the safety and security of the many fans to turn out each year to witness this incredible event, as well as the competitors.  

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As such, traffic is entirely prohibited on the Quai des États-Unis, Route de la Piscine and Darse Sud until 11pm on Friday 5th July and from 8am on Saturday 6th July until 2am the following morning.  

Once the event is over, a one-way traffic lane will be set up between the Quai des États-Unis and the intersection of the Route de la Piscine with Quai Antoine Ier. This will remain in place until noon on Friday 12th July. It should be noted, however, that the Quai Albert Ier will remain out-of-bounds to drivers until 6pm on Thursday 11th July.  

Parking will also be off limits in much of the port area until midnight on Tuesday 9th July. The Quai Antoine Ier and Esplanade des Pêcheurs will be affected by these parking restrictions, but only until 6pm on Monday 8th July.   

Road access to the Louis Chiron carpark will remain open throughout the event.  

For detailed, live information on the traffic disruptions linked to the Jumping International de Monte-Carlo event, click here

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