Where can I find the Tour de France pass in Yvelines?

In 2020, the final stage of the Tour de France begins in Mantes-la-Jolie. (©78news)

Where to see the last episode of Tour of France on Yvelinesit Sunday July 24, 2022 ?

Around 5 pm the cyclists arrive. La Celle-Saint-Cloudvia the D173, before taking the RD307 on Chesnay-Rocquencourt. They will continue on Bailly and Saba-le-Roi where they will take the D161. They will pass Rennemoulin before arriving Villepreux and continue to D12 then D11 to Fontenay-le-Fleury. Direction then Bois d’Arcy which passes through the D127 then the D129 which passes through the level of Montigny-le-Bretonneux before arriving via the D135 at Saint-Cyr-l’Ecole.

The peloton will then take D10 to catch up Versaillesat the level of the castle, before continuing their way on the avenue de Paris in the direction of Viroflay.

This route has consequences for many cities in terms of parking and traffic.

In Chesnay-Rocquencourt

In Chesnay-Rocquencourt, on the route de Mantes (RD 307) between rue Louis-Pelin and rue de Versailles, parking is prohibited from Saturday July 23 from 2 pm to Sunday July 24 at 6 pm. Traffic will be disrupted on RD 307 in both directions this Sunday July 24 from 1:30 pm to 6 pm.

In Bois-d’Arcy

In Bois-d’Arcy, the D127 including the roads Alexandre-Turpault and Henri-Barbusse connecting the towns of Fontenay-le-Fleury and Montigny-le-Bretonneux and the D129 in the direction of Saint-Cyr-l’Ecole . closed to both directions of traffic between 1pm and 6pm.

Residents of the Saint-Jean subdivision district are invited to park their vehicles outside the security perimeter and before closing hours if they need to travel on the day of the event.

No car must be parked from Friday July 22 at 9 am on all streets of Alexandre-Turpault and Henri-Barbusse.

In Saint-Cyr-l’Ecole

In Saint-Cyr-l’Ecole, many restrictions. Regarding parking, it is prohibited from Saturday July 23 at 8 pm to Sunday July 24 at 6 pm in the parking lot of Place de la République, rue Marat, avenue Pierre-Curie (between rue Marat and avenue de la Division-Leclerc ), avenue de la Division-Leclerc

For traffic, it is prohibited on July 24 from 1 pm to 6 pm rue Marat, avenue Pierre-Curie (between rue Marat and avenue de la Division-Leclerc), avenue de la Division-Leclerc, rue de l’Industrie, rue Ambroise-Croizat, rue du Docteur-Vailant from avenue du Général-de-Gaulle at the intersection of D10, rue Ernest-Bizet, rue Nungesser and Coli, rue Charcot, rue Victor-Basch, rue du Clos de la Fontaine and feel Camille-Desmoulins. Avenue Jean-Jaurès is also closed to traffic, as well as the corner of the Special Military School, rue Gambetta, rue de la République, rue Léon-Jouannet, rue Voltaire, square de l’ city Hall ​​. The streets of Carnot, Gay-Lussac, Pascal, Lavoisier, Arago, du Pont de Dreux, Denis-Papin and Ampère are also closed to traffic, as are Rousseau, du Chataignier-des-Dames, des Bleuets and André-Cordier. road. , Jean-François, Paul-Vaillant-Couturier, Bel-Air, Impasse de la Fontaine, Square Henri-Wallon. Rue Francisco-Ferrer, from boulevard Henri-Barbusse to rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau is affected by the traffic ban, except for local residents, users of the station car park, SNCF and Tram 13. Traffic will be exceptionally two-way street Victor-Hugo, Nelson-Mandela, Pasteur and Emile-Zola.

In Viroflay

In Viroflay, traffic is prohibited on the avenue du Général-Leclerc, in the Passage du Tour, from 2 pm to 6 pm.

At Versailles

The Tour also passes through Versailles. Parking restrictions will begin on Saturday July 23 at 6 p.m. They will refer to the following axes: rue de l’Indépendance-Américaine, Pierre-de-Nolhac, avenue de Paris, place Louis XIV, avenue Louvois. Parking will be prohibited on Sunday July 24 from 6 am to 6 pm avenue de Saint-Cloud (between Rockefeller and Europe), area of ​​Gambetta, allée des Matelots.

Regarding traffic, it is prohibited on Sunday July 24 from 1 pm to 6 pm rue de l’Indépendance-Américaine, Pierre-de-Nolhac, allée Nepveu Sud, avenue Rockfeller, avenue de Paris (between Rockfeller and place Louis XIV) , Place Louis XIV. Same restriction (except for local residents) for Allée des Matelots, rue de l’Orangerie, avenue de Sceaux (between De Gaulle and Rockfeller), avenue De-Gaulle but also avenue de l’Europe, place André- Mignot, rue Jean-Houdon, rue Vauban, as well as the streets located south of avenue de Paris (Etats-Généraux, impasse des Gendarmes, Assemblée-Nationale, Noailles, Benjamin-Franklin, Vergennes, Mermoz, Porchefontaine, Yves- le-Coz , Albert -Sarraut, Rémont, Jean-de-la-Fontaine), Duol-aux-Bois.

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