Paris 2024 Olympics: fines risk raining down on two wheels that do not respect this rule

Paris 2024 Olympics: fines risk raining down on two wheels that do not respect this rule
Paris 2024 Olympics: fines risk raining down on two wheels that do not respect this rule

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Thibault Nadal

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June 22, 2024 at 12:24 p.m.

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The Paris police headquarters is showing firmness. During a press conference on the security of the 2024 Olympic Games this Friday, June 21, she explained that two-wheel drivers would be fined if they take an Olympic lane on the ring road.

Fines of up to 135 euros

Concretely, on the 185 km Olympic lanes on the ring road and the roads of Île-de-France, only accredited vehicles (taxis, PRM vehicles and certain public transport) will be authorized to circulate. Two-wheelers will therefore not be able to overtake in interfile on these lanes.

To dissuade two-wheeler drivers from using these lanes, the police will be present in large numbers, warns Laurent Nuñez. In the event of non-compliance with the instructions, “verbalizations will be issued,” continues the Paris police prefect. And the fines will be steep: up to 135 euros.

On the road, a sign will be offered to owners of two wheels (signs and ground markings with the words “Paris 2024”) to remind you of the Olympic routes and those that are not. A ban which will begin on July 1 and end on September 15, 2024.

The list of Olympic routes during the Olympic Games can be found on the website of the Ministry of Transport.

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