the D943 will be closed from June 17 to August 9, 2024 in the crossing of Cormery and Truyes

the D943 will be closed from June 17 to August 9, 2024 in the crossing of Cormery and Truyes
the D943 will be closed from June 17 to August 9, 2024 in the crossing of Cormery and Truyes

Monday May 27, 2024, the municipality of Cormery organized a meeting at the cinema to inform the local population of the constraints caused by the closure of the D943 on the two kilometers crossing Truyes and Cormery.

The room was full and some people even had to stay outside. The mayor, Pascal Debaud, justified the absolute necessity of this long road cut: “Several types of work must be carried out before the road is repaired. The Loches Sud Touraine community of communes is redoing the drinking water and sanitation networks in the sector; the Intercommunal Energy Union (Sieil) buried the public lighting network, and Orange concealed the telephone and installed fiber. »

Information panels already in place

Maxime Marco, deputy, then detailed the phases of the construction site and Laurent Robbe, deputy, intervened on specific points.

– For the vehicles in transit, the crossing will be impossible from June 17 to August 9, 2024. Signs informing of this ban are already in place at the exit of Chambray-lès-Tours, at the ring road roundabout and up to the northern entrance to Truyes. It is the same from Loches to the southern exit of Cormery. Mandatory diversions will be put in place by the A85, Esvres, Saint-Branchs for the Tours-Loches connection.

– For the residents of Truyes and Cormery, the sectors located on either side of the D943 remain connected: to the Saint-Blaise roundabout for Truyes, to the intersection of Avenue de la Gare for Cormery. These passages will allow the exit from the towns towards Tours for Truyes, towards Loches for Cormery. No traffic will be possible other than on foot in the area under construction.

To connect Truyes and Cormery by motor vehicle, you will have to make a detour via Courçay (if the works in this same town are completed) or via Esvres-sur-Indre.

Provisions are made for interventions by police and firefighters. Special cases will be handled separately, and a new meeting will take place on Tuesday June 4 for residents living near the site. Shops will remain open and their access secure.

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