Traffic disruption: road resurfacing kicks off ahead of Grand Prix and Tour de France

In the run-up to three major Grand Prix events and the final stage of the Tour de France, which will be departing from Monaco for the finish line in Nice come summer, the Principality’s Urban Planning Department has announced an extensive road resurfacing programme. 

Starting with the Monaco e-Prix on 27th April then moving on to the Grand Prix Historique de Monaco from 10th to 12th May and the Formula 1 Grand Prix de Monaco from 23rd to 26th May, the next few months will be filled with important motorsporting events and the Monaco Government is keen to ensure that the circuits and streets are in pristine condition.

The refurbishment campaign, which will be carried out between the hours of 8pm and 6am in order to minimise disruption, has also been designed with the needs of the Tour de France in mind as, on 21st July, Monaco is set to welcome the peloton for the final stage of the event.

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Beginning 11th March, the following roads will be subject to varying levels of closures and parking restrictions: Boulevard Albert Ier from 11th to 13th March, Avenue du Port from 11th to 12th March, Avenue des Spélugues from 12th to 14th March, Avenue J.F. Kennedy and the Louis II tunnel from 14th to 15th March, Avenue Princesse Grace from 18th to 20th March, the Louis II tunnel and Portier sector from 20th to 22nd March, and Avenue Camille Blanc and Boulevard de France from 25th to 27th March.

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