Here the roads are closed due to the passage of Paris-Nice in Nice and the hinterland this Saturday

Great device in Nice. Nice authorities encourage the use of public transport, to take the highway and Mathis lane to get around and not to drive to the city center.

Please note that during the two days of the race, all shops will be open and traffic may be temporarily interrupted at all intersections upstream of the course.

What impact on traffic?

This Saturday, traffic will be interrupted from 5.30am to 12.30pm on the following axes: Avenue de Verdun, between Place Masséna and the promenade des Anglais, except for users of the Plaza and Masséna car parks who are allowed to leave from 11 am; avenue Félix-Faure, between rue Gubernatis and place Masséna, a diversion can be planned from rue du Lycée; rue Chauvain between rue Gioffredo and avenue Félix-Faure; mouth of the Guidoni passage; Allée De-la-Résistance-et-de-la-Déportation, Avenue Max-Gallo in its entirety, access to the Liautaud tunnel from Max-Gallo; boulevard Jean-Jaurès between Place Masséna and the Flanders-Dunkirk intersection; outlet of the calade Escoffier giving access to Jean-Jaurès; rue Saint-François-de-Paule, between rue Desboutin and avenue Max-Gallo; southern carriageway of the Promenade des Anglais between rue Meyerbeer and avenue Max-Gallo.

All the central axes of the Promenade des Anglais between rue Meyerbeer and avenue Max-Gallo are also involved.

Traffic on the Rauba-Capeù wharf, on the United States wharf and on the Promenade des Anglais heading East-West will be temporarily interrupted from 9:45 AM to 10:45 AM when the race is over.

Please note that from 9am to 11:30am, the exit of the Saint-Laurent-du-Var (n°49) junction of the A8 towards Aix-en-Provence will be closed. In the direction of Italy, the exit of the junctions Saint-Laurent (n°49) and Nice-Ouest (n°50) will be hit at the same time.

And for parking?

Parking will be suspended this Saturday from 12:30 PM to 12:30 PM and this Sunday from 12:30 PM to 8:30 PM on the following roads: Avenue Max-Gallo in its entirety; rue Saint-François-de-Paule between rue Desboutin and avenue Max-Gallo; the Allée De-la-Résistance-et-de-la-Déportation for two-wheelers; Avenue de Verdun in its entirety; the avenue of Sweden: the avenue Félix-Faure between the street Gubernatis and the town of Masséna; rue Chauvain for the first 30 meters of avenue Félix-Faure; the Crotti run.

Please note that the entrances and exits of the car parks on or near the route may be suspended and their directions subject to change.

The continuation of the course

Outside of Nice, this Saturday the riders will take the M95 and M95D in Saint-Laurent-du-Var, then the M2209, route de La Baronne which crosses La Gaude and Saint-Jeannet before taking the route de la Manda in the town of Carros and go continue on the M2210, passing these same villages, then cross Vence. The peloton continues on the M2210A which becomes the D2210 and goes through Tourrettes-sur-Loup.

Then go to the D6, then the D3 which passes through Cipières and Gréolières, before taking the D2 (Coursegoules) and continuing on the D8 which winds through the towns of Bézaudun-les-Alpes to Bouyon. It then rolls onto the D1 via Les Ferres, Conségudes and La Roque-en-Provence.

The race continues on the D17 towards Pierrefeu, then Gillette (M17) and back into the Var Valley on the M6202 (La Roquette-sur-Var and Plan-du-Var). It branches along the Vésubie on the M2565 (Levens-Utelle) to Lantosque (M173) towards La Bollène-Vésubie before starting the climb to the Col de Turini where the finish line is (M70).