Schools closed, tram stopped… The consequences of the floods in Nantes this Wednesday evening

Schools closed, tram stopped… The consequences of the floods in Nantes this Wednesday evening
Schools closed, tram stopped… The consequences of the floods in Nantes this Wednesday evening

For security reasons linked to the flooding of the Naolib computer room, the Nantes trams reached their depots before 11 p.m. this Wednesday. And schools will be closed tomorrow, Thursday, announces Mayor Johanna Rolland.

Boulevard de Berlin flooded south of Nantes station, around 8:30 p.m. this Wednesday evening after a storm. | WEST FRANCE


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  • Boulevard de Berlin flooded south of Nantes station, around 8:30 p.m. this Wednesday evening after a storm. | WEST FRANCE

In a tweet posted shortly before 11 p.m., this Wednesday, June 19, Johanna Rolland, the mayor of Nantes informs that following the major storms which have just affected Nantes In the evening, “the flooding of the Naolib network computer room forced an early return of the trams to the depots”.

Naolib confirms having brought in “all trams in their depots for security reasons due to a weather-related computer problem”. On the other hand, buses and busways continue to operate normally.

She also informs that public buildings are affected. Among them, schools which will be closed this Thursday, June 20. But the mayor of Nantes assures that “each child can be accommodated if the families concerned do not have childcare options”.

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