Geneva: Disrupted traffic on Quai Wilson and noises at Mon-Idée

Geneva: Disrupted traffic on Quai Wilson and noises at Mon-Idée
Geneva: Disrupted traffic on Quai Wilson and noises at Mon-Idée

As summer approaches, construction sites are springing up all over the canton. Enough to disrupt traffic and cause noise pollution. The Department of Health and Mobility (DSM) announces work on Quai Wilson, in the City of Geneva. “From June 18 to 20, between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m., lanes will be reduced on the platform, traffic lights will be flashing and traffic will be regulated by officers. Slowdowns are expected,” the press release said. The project is linked to the creation of new pipes in preparation for the arrival of seasonal refreshments.

Route de Bardonnex, in Plan-les-Ouates, from Monday June 17 and for approximately six months, traffic will alternate at the hamlet of Arare-Dessus, in connection with the redevelopment of the crossing of the said hamlet. “Particular priorities, one-way restrictions or temporary closures will also occur in the sector, depending on the construction stages,” indicates the DSM.

In Vernier this time, the Pré-Bois road will be closed to traffic (with the exception of public transport) during the nights of June 17 to 21, from 9:30 p.m. to 6 a.m. And this during redevelopment work at the station. In Vandoeuvres, noise pollution is expected near number 155 of the route de Mon-Idée, on Sunday June 23, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., while the asphalt is repaired.

From June 19 and for approximately eight weeks, Chemin De-Blonay will become a dead end at Route de Veyrier. “These network works are part of the redevelopment of the Veyrier road, with a view to extending the Champel – Grands Esserts public transport line,” underlines the DSM.

Finally, still in Veyrier, along the Antoine-Martin road, the bus platforms will be temporarily moved (from June 17 and for 2 weeks) due to work near the “Muguets” bus stop. The goal: to raise the platforms to improve access for people with reduced mobility. A pedestrian detour and occasional alternating traffic will also be necessary.

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