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Traffic along blvd Princesse Charlotte reduced to one way from Monday

Traffic along blvd Princesse Charlotte reduced to one way from Monday

By Staff Writer - February 24, 2018

Photo: Facebook Gouvernement Monaco
Photo: Facebook Gouvernement Monaco

Traffic will be restricted to one way along part of blvd Princesse Charlotte, between avenue de Roqueville Avenue and the Sainte-Dévote bridge, from Monday, February 26, to Friday, March 9, as part of the construction project for the future FANB High School.

The flow of traffic will be modified as follows:
– Vehicles coming from the Sainte-Dévote bridge will be diverted to boulevard de Suisse.
– Vehicles arriving from the upper part of avenue de Roqueville will have to turn left towards avenue Saint-Michel.

To secure bus operations at the Roqueville intersection, manual traffic control will be provided during the day.


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