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Will this be the end of the long lines of cars in the right lane? In any case, traffic should be facilitated at exit 13 of the A 13 motorway at Buchelay, in the Paris-Province direction, since from this Thursday, a road duplication will make it possible to facilitate access leading in the activity zone of Mantois. This includes, among others, the new Mon Beau Buchelay shopping center. The objective is to "secure" and "limit the congestion of this slip road, regularly saturated at rush hour with more than 1,200 vehicles", details the urban community of Grand Paris Seine and Oise (GPS & O).
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18 million euros invested
Thus, the only way out to Les Closeaux and Innovaparc has been completely revised to now have a junction. Located almost at the level of the toll, it allows vehicles to directly reach the new bridge leading to the west of the area but also to serve the municipalities in the sector more quickly, such as Buchelay and Jouy-Mauvoisin.
This phase of work, which began in November, and "entirely managed by the Grand Paris Seine et Oise urban community," explains the Société des autoroutes Paris-Normandie (SAPN), has fallen behind schedule because of the health crisis. This step is the last stone of a service program for this area, the total amount of which is close to 18 million euros.
Eleven accidents including one fatal in four years on this slip road
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“This is a project that dates back at least eight years, it was originally carried by the former urban community of Mantes-en-Yvelines (Camy), remembers Pierre-Yves Dumoulin, vice-president for mobility at GPS & O and mayor (LR) of Rosny-sur-Seine. We had trouble getting it through, among other things because of the land ”.
With 4,500 employees in the West Mantois pole and 300 employees in the new shopping center, exit 13 is regularly blocked. “This arrangement should make it possible to avoid the back-up of lines of cars that can be seen very often, sometimes up to exit 12,” says Pierre-Yves Dumoulin. Exit 12 which is located almost 1 km further upstream. Since 2016, eleven accidents, including one fatal, have been recorded on the slip road by the urban community, most of the time due to untimely braking.
The other issue concerns economic development. "It is a question of proposing a better service of the activity zone, in particular of the new shopping center since accessibility was in the specifications of the Compagnie de Phalsbourg (Editor's note, owner of Mon Beau Buchelay)," specifies the 'elected. In theory, this doubling is designed to absorb 30% more flow.
traffic jam on the mountain: Alpine Club warns mountain bikers and hikers .
© picture alliance / dpa / Illustration Brochures with the logo of the German Alpine Club (DAV) are on a table. queues of cars on the streets - narrow hiking trails: Even more people than usual are out and about in the Bavarian and neighboring Alps this Corona summer - and more than usual there are conflicts between hikers and mountain bikers. "Be considerate," warned the German Alpine Club (DAV) on Tuesday in Munich.