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World Departures on vacation: less than 1,000 km of cumulative routes on the roads this Saturday

18:57  24 july  2021
18:57  24 july  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

Departures on vacation: more than 1,000 km of cumulative caps at mid-day

 Departures on vacation: more than 1,000 km of cumulative caps at mid-day The peak of slowdowns reached 1,053 km at the national level at 12:05 am © Jeff Pachoud / AFP Illustration: motorists are taken in a slowdown on the 1st August 2009 in Lyon, at the height of the Fourvière tunnel.

This weekend of great departures seems to be less charged than the previous

Sur l'A7, le 10 juillet 2021. © Philippe Desmazes / AFP on the A7, July 10, 2021. meaning of the departs - this weekend of great departures seems to be less charged than the previous

the peak of the plugs has the 1,000 km, with 981.5 km of cumulative traffic jams, shortly before noon on the roads for this satershed Red throughout the territory in the direction of departures and orange in the sense of returns. The peak of slowdowns was reached at 11:55 with 981.5 km, according to the website of the Road Information Organization , before a traditional declined linked to the breakfast on the motorway areas.

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This second weekend of great departures was slightly less charged than the previous one, the peak of slowdowns had then reached the 1,053 km national at 12:05. The most loaded axes are in the Rhone Valley and around Bordeaux . At mid-day, 142 km of caps were observed on the A7 in the Drôme and 95 km on the A10 in Gironde.

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"Traffic is busy on the Mediterranean arc and in particular on the axes towards the beaches", specifies the road information center of the Mediterranean area, which observes Course time extended including 1h40 instead of 55 minutes to connect Aix to Orange or 2:40 instead of 1h40 between Orange and Lyon. Difficulties in Caen's approach on A13 in the Paris-Province, were also encountered according to Smart Bison.

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For this second weekend of the summer holidays, "Northern Europe vacationers will be more numerous to travel in France, on the occasion of school holidays of their own country," provided Bison Smart, While the first vacation returns will also complicate the circulation of Saturday, ranked Orange in the sense of returns. Traffic should be a little more fluid Sunday, ranked green at the national and orange level in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region and along the Mediterranean.

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