Pont de L’Ascension: Bison Futé sees red in Île-de-France, how to avoid traffic jams?

Pont de L’Ascension: Bison Futé sees red in Île-de-France, how to avoid traffic jams?
Pont de L’Ascension: Bison Futé sees red in Île-de-France, how to avoid traffic jams?

By Emilie Salabelle
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May 6, 24 at 4:43 p.m.

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With the accumulation of two public holidays in quick succession, it is a XXL bridge which awaits the French from May 5 to 12, 2024. If you are planning to escape Paris for a very long weekend, be sure to plan ahead. “Dsignificant difficulties » are expected on the main roads in Île-de-France, according to Bison Futé which classified the days of Tuesday May 7 in the direction of departures and Sunday May 12 in the direction of returns as red.

Leave Île-de-France before noon

“This year, the succession of May 8 and the Ascension Bridge, as well as the closure of schools for five days will be conducive to very many trips throughout the metropolis,” warns the national traffic information center.

Tuesday May 7, a explosive cocktail awaits motorists in Île-de-France, where significant traffic is expected towards the various toll gates. It is recommended to leave or cross Île-de-France before midday.

Areas to avoid on Tuesday

Among the main blocking points, the highways A6 And A10which could experience congestion from the end of the morning, as well as on the Outlying streetthe highways A86 And A6B. “Home-work” journeys will, in the middle of the afternoon, further clog up the road network.

Day classified red in the direction of departures. (©Bison Futé)

These difficulties will be reinforced by the impossibility of taking the highway A13, still closed to traffic between Paris and Vaucresson. “It is recommended that Ile-de-France motorists wishing to reach Normandy take the A14, the A15 or the N12,” advises Bison Futé.

Wednesday, a day classified orange

Wednesday 8 will be less complicated on the roads, but traffic will still be “difficult” according to Bison Futé, which has classified it orange. The organization recommends leaving or crossing Île-de-France before 7 a.m..

“Traffic will be heavy on the highways A6 And A10 from the beginning of the morning, it should significantly intensify from mid-morning which could make traffic on these highways complicated. The axes which converge on these motorways could also encounter traffic difficulties, in particular the N104 and the N118. »

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Orange returns on Saturday

“In Île-de-France, traffic will be dense from late morning, on the highways A10 And A6“, warns Bison Futé, who recommends joining or crossing the region before 3 p.m..

“Traffic difficulties will be recorded throughout the afternoon and until late in the evening (mainly on the A10). Let us also point out that the A13 motorway should be reopened this Saturday, May 11 in the Normandy – Paris direction,” specifies Bison Futé.

Red day on Sunday

Unsurprisingly, Sunday will be the most difficult in terms of returns. If Île-de-France is spared a “black day”, as will be the case in the Great West and the North, it will not escape “very difficult traffic”.

Bison Futé’s forecasts for returns. (©Bison Futé)

“In Île-de-France, from late morning, traffic will be heavy on the highways A10, A6 And A13. These traffic difficulties will be recorded throughout the afternoon and until late in the evening (mainly on the A10),” predicts Bison Futé, who recommends joining or crossing the region before noon.

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