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Viability Bridge June 2, crowded traffic on all highways in Italy

June starts with a long weekend starting tomorrow June 2 on the occasion of the Republic Day, which ends on Sunday 5. As usual (except for the past years affected by the Covid-19 epidemic) it is expected Traffic is on the rise From cities to coastal and mountain resorts.

Rome, June 2 parade between closed roads, ban and diversion of buses and metro

List of roads with red dot

To facilitate travel, Autostrade per l’Italia has developed a traffic management plan: Update sites will be removed Active along major highway sections, particularly in general Liguria region And the On the Adriatic Mountains. Only sites that do not cause traffic disruptions and those necessary to allow work to be completed before the summer exit will continue to operate.

Increased travel is expected: in the Liguria region along the coast and on the A 26 motorway; In the’Lombard region outside Milan, along A4 Milan Brescia, on A8 Lakes; Alongself-sun In the knot Bolognese and Florence. From Rome to Naples and from the capital to Orte. Long queues are expected in Veneto, in A 13 Bologna Padua and on A 27 Heavy traffic Mestre-Belluno also flows along Adriatic mountain range From Romania to Apulia. Longer-than-normal travel times along the region’s roads are also estimated Tuscany To the sea and towards the Tuscan countryside andUmbria. Traffic is also expected to increase along Tyrrhenian coast And the philegrine.

Queues until Monday 6 June

Sunday 5Especially during the noon hours, the greats expect Traffic return in the direction of urban areas. Monday 6 June, on the other hand, there are queues due to Austrian and Swiss tourists who spent the Pentecost holiday in Italy: so, pay attention along the A23 Udine-Tarvisio and A9 Lainate-Como-Chiasso, in the direction of the state border.

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From 7.00 to 22.00 on Thursday, June 2 and from 7.00 to 22.00 on Sunday, June 5, a ban was imposed on vehicles weighing more than 7.5 tons.

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