From Cervese to Viale Bologna, the Under 23 Giro d’Italia crosses the Forlivese area and the city: how traffic is changing

From Cervese to Viale Bologna, the Under 23 Giro d’Italia crosses the Forlivese area and the city: how traffic is changing
From Cervese to Viale Bologna, the Under 23 Giro d’Italia crosses the Forlivese area and the city: how traffic is changing

Editorial board
June 03, 2021 11:50 am

On Friday, Forlì will also be crossed by the second stage of the Giro d’Italia Under 23. The race will enter the Forlì area in Casemurate at about 1.30 pm, along the entire Via Cervese, entering the city of Forlì. From here it will take via Ravegnana up to Porta San Pietro, where it will turn right into viale Vittorio Veneto continuing along Viale Italia up to Porta Schiavonia. He will then take via Firenze continuing on via Ossi and via Del Braldo to enter viale Bologna (Villanova) in the direction of Faenza, leaving our territory at approximately 2.15pm.

To ensure the smooth running of the race, the route will be closed starting at 1pm as regards via Cervese and, subsequently, along the entire race track. The Tangenziale will remain free to travel for which only the closure of the exit on via Ravegnana for traffic coming from Faenza has been foreseen. To access the Morgagni hospital at the times involved in the passage of the race, the local police recommend the route from v.le Dell’Appennino (Vecchiazzano).

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Cervese Viale Bologna Giro dItalia crosses Forlivese area city traffic changing

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