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Traffic direction reversed for weekend work

Traffic direction reversed for weekend work

By Staff Writer - February 23, 2017

As part of the Pasteur public works operation, notably the extension of the tunnel Charles III (T34), the demolition work on a part of the stone wall in the access tunnel at Fontvieille will require the temporary closure of the avenue de Fontvieille from the Canton underground roundabout. This will take place from 8 pm on Friday February 24, until Sunday, February 26, at 4 pm.

During this period, the upstream direction of the avenue de Fontvieille will be open to traffic. From Sunday, February 26, at 4 pm, traffic flow will be reversed, as in previous weeks, giving priority to the downhill direction of the avenue de Fontvieille.

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