traffic bans – Corriere.it

traffic bans – Corriere.it
traffic bans – Corriere.it

On the afternoon of Tuesday 8 June the sixth stage of the Giro d’Italia under 23, the longest of the tour, will cross the province of Bergamo with the finish line in San Pellegrino Terme. The departure from Bonferraro di Sorg, near Mantua. The first 144 kilometers are completely flat, then in Nembro the athletes will begin the climb towards Selvino, a second category mountain grand prix.

The arrival in Bergamo scheduled for 14.50 in Pumenengo. The roads along the route will be closed from 30 minutes earlier to the end of the passage. The municipalities touched are, following the order of the route: Calcio, Cividate al Piano, Mornico al Serio, Bolgare, Montello, Albano Sant’Alessandro, Nembro, Selvino, Costa Serina (Ambriola), Algua, Bracca, Zogno (Ambria) and San Pellegrino, around 16.50.

In all countries there are traffic restrictions, including parking bans and closures. In Mornico the passage of the planned stage between 2.30pm and 3.30pm. From 12 noon it will be forbidden to stop in the streets concerned: Marconi, Malaghi, Trento, Trieste, IV Novembre and Bergamo. The same routes will be closed to traffic one hour before the passage of the caravan and until the last athlete.

In San Pellegrino, they will be closed all schools and the municipality’s recommendation to citizens to limit travel from 3 to 5 pm. From 6 to 10 pm, a ban on parking was established in via Papa Giovanni XXIII, San Carlo, Vittorio Veneto, piazza Dante, piazza Granelli, via Partigiani and via Belotti. In via Tasso, ban from 11.30 to 18.30. The closure to traffic will be starting from 3 pm in via De ‘Medici, via Viscardi, viale Vittorio Veneto, viale Belotti and piazza Granelli. The Donizetti and Cavour bridges are also closed. Thirty minutes before arrival of cyclists circulation on all roads connected to the route will be prohibited until the end of the event.

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