Bologna, June 6, 2023 – Traffic crowded in the area stadium. Dall’Ara is ready to ignite Vascobut maybe also spirits motoristswho have to deal with The roads are closed (today and tomorrow) to unfold the event.
Long lines in the street Monteforino. Many cars were “trapped” between the streets Tolmin And a road roundabout Andrew Costawhere one of the main closures is located.
Traffic has also slowed Via Andrea Costain the direction of Dall’Ara, also in this case the vehicles are in front Same closure And for those who return, making the roundabout back to Via Tolmino.
Yes, via Tolmino, as you travel very slowly towards the center: there are several minutes of queuing that motorists have to mill through to avoid road closures.
Road closures, map
municipality, with a special law (Which is also followed by the law against glass and alcohol), indicates that on Tuesday 6, Wednesday 7 and then 11 and 12 next June, from 2 pm until the end of the need, crossing will be prohibited in several sections of the Andrea Costa road, restrictions that do not concern with Hera vehicles, emergency vehicles, and police forces; In it via De Coubertinin Via della Certosa, in Via Deli Tuvan; in Via 21st April 1945 from No. 9 to Via De Coubertin; in Via Volontari della Libertà; through partisan factions. Via De Villa I issued an apology; Then via Ghiselli, via Carrettieri, via Dal Lino. From the 17th, however, there are traffic restrictions also via Don Sturzo, via della Barca. The ban on transit starts via dello Sport (there are no longer tents for waiting fans) instead of 9 (except for residents and emergency vehicles, police And the cars of the event organizers and Hera).
Do not stop
From the 8th to the 24th of the same day, no parking, with forced removal, in Via Porrettana (from No. 13 to Via Menabue), in several sections of Via De Coubertin and via Andrea Costa; in via Menabue, via Irma Bandiera; Via Curiel, piazza della Pace (where, however, parking is permitted in the pedestrian zone on the south side for motorcycles and mopeds); On Sports Street.
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