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Several streets will undergo roadworks from Sunday, October 22, until Friday, October 27, in rotation.
The roads affected are avenue de la Costa, avenue de l’Annonciade, avenue de la Madone, rue Louis Aureglia, lacets St Léon and rue du Ténao. To minimise the impact on traffic, this work will take place at night, usually from 7 pm to 6 am, starting with Avenue de la Costa.
The operation involves the removal of the top five centimetres of road surface and the laying of new tarmac. In some cases, work will involve the closure of neighbouring streets.
Following the resurfacing of avenue de la Costa, work will take place on avenue de l’Annonciade for two nights, followed by avenue de la Madone. Parking will also be prohibited while the work is underway. Avenue de Grande Bretagne will be closed, except to residents, for two nights.
The last street to be resurfaced will be rue du Ténao, from Wednesday, October 25, to Thursday, October 26.
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