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Traffic restrictions for the La Tour Geneva Triathlon 2018

30.07.2018

THINK AHEAD FOR YOUR TRAVELS

Due to the 2018 La Tour Geneva Triathlon, a number of disruptions are scheduled to the circulation of traffic in Geneva.

From Saturday July 14th 5:30am to Sunday July 15th around 5pm Quai du Mont Blanc and Quai Wilson shut between the rue des Alpes and François Forestier intersection. Motorway exit “Vengeron” (lake exit) shut for traffic coming from Lausanne. Road users on this section will be re-directed towards the Airport.

Saturday July 14th from 6am to 9pm

Rue de Lausanne, from the François Forestier to the Chemin de l’Impératice is shut. Rue de Lausanne from the Chemin de l’Impératrice to the chemin des Cornillons is shut. Chemin de l’impératrice is shut. Avenue de la Paix, from the Rue de Lausanne and from the route de Pregny to the chemin de l’impératrice shut. Only traffic from Pregny-Chambésy in direction of the place des nations is permitted.

Sunday July 15th from 6am to 5pm

Rue de Lausanne, from the François Forestier to the Chemin de l’Impératice is shut. Rue de Lausanne from the Chemin de l’Impératrice to the chemin des Cornillons is shut. Chemin de l’impératrice is shut. Avenue de la Paix, from the Rue de Lausanne and from the route de Pregny to the chemin de l’impératrice shut. Only traffic from Pregny-Chambésy in direction of the place des nations is permitted.

The roads nearby to this sector will also be impacted by these road closures. As a consequence, we recommend all road users remain vigilant and respect the road signange put in place as well as the instructions by the agents onsite.

Moreover, a number of parking restrictions will be in effect. If needed, any parked car that impedes the safety of the event will be removed without warning and at the expenses of the owner.


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