Saturday’s day will be particularly dense on the roads, where there will be severe disruptions at the crossroads for holidaymakers.
LTouring company Touring warns on Monday that there will be heavy traffic congestion across Europe over the weekend from July 30 to August 2. A particularly dense day is expected Saturday, which is expected to cause severe disruption to motorists’ cross-traffic in France in particular.
In Belgium, Friday afternoon and evening and Saturday morning departure directions are classified in red, especially on the E40 from Brussels to the beach and the E411 Brussels-Luxembourg. The Antwerp and Brussels Ring Roads, E19 Brussels – Mons – Valencians and E40 Brussels – Liege – Aachen will also be severely affected. In terms of revenue, Sunday evenings can also be very busy, especially in E40 Brussels – Austen.
As for France, it is classified as an orange type holiday destination early Friday afternoon. On the other hand, the tour expects a very exciting (dark) Saturday heading south into France. All highways in Brittany, Normandy, southern France and Spain will be congested. Traffic will also be heavier on national highways. The biggest traffic problems are expected in the Rன்n Valley (A7), the Mediterranean Highway (A9) and the Paris-Bordeaux-Spain Motorway (A10). On Sundays and Mondays, traffic jams should be minimal (orange). In the direction of income, Saturday is red and Sunday is orange.
For Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy and Spain, Friday will be orange in Switzerland and Austria, and red in Germany. No problem was expected from Spain and Italy (green). Five countries (red) will have more congestion on Saturday but the situation on Sunday (orange) should improve. Saturday and Sunday will also be red in the direction of return.
1,000km of traffic congestion this Friday
Traffic was heavy on Friday afternoon, with more than 1,000 km across France.
According to the Road Information System’s website, a 1,015-kilometer depression was reported nationwide at 5.15pm, continuing to increase after the lunch break in the afternoon and motorcycle service areas.
The main difficulties are about 300 km in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region.
By 7:00 p.m., the number of traffic jams nationwide had dropped significantly, but was significantly reduced by nearly 560 kilometers per hour.
On Sunday, traffic will be classified as orange (rough) throughout.
“It is strongly advised not to ride from Friday to Saturday and all night on Saturday. It is better to wait until Sunday, August 1,” Bison Food warned in a press release Wednesday.
At the southeast and Mediterranean bends, traffic difficulties are expected on the A6, A7, A8 and A9 motorways and in the south on the A20, A61, A62 and A63 departure directions.
“Access to France via the Mont-Blanc Tunnel (N205) is open from 11am to 4pm, 6pm to 8pm (waiting for more than 30 minutes) and 4pm to 6pm (waiting for more than 1 hour). “, The organization noted.
Throughout the weekend, difficulties are expected on the westward A10 motorway.
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