Olympic flame in Alsace: a very complicated Wednesday to travel in the Bas and Haut-Rhin

Olympic flame in Alsace: a very complicated Wednesday to travel in the Bas and Haut-Rhin
Olympic flame in Alsace: a very complicated Wednesday to travel in the Bas and Haut-Rhin

D-3 before the passage of the Olympic flame in Alsace. On Wednesday June 26, it will cross the Bas and Haut Rhin departing from Mulhouse. The flame will then go to Huningue, Colmar, Marckolsheim, Saverne, Lembach and will end its journey in Strasbourg, where the cauldron will be ignited on Place Kléber. Probably around 7:20 p.m.

A journey under high security with more 2000 police officers, firefighters and soldiers in the device. But a day which also promises to be difficult for the inhabitants of the sectors crossed. Because there will be many traffic restrictions.

First, the roads used by the relay will be closed at the latest 1 hour before the passage of the porters and 30 minutes after the procession. The list of streets concerned is available on the website of the town halls crossed. Colmar, Mulhouse Saverne or even Strasbourg. Strasbourg where the disruptions will be the most significant. Many streets will be closed to traffic in the south of the Grand Island or on the Krutenau side. The Kléber Homme de fer car park will be completely inaccessible.

Traffic restrictions in Strasbourg
City of Strasbourg

Add to this the strike at the CTS which promises to be very popular and which adds to the disruptions in transport linked to the passing of the flame. Many bus and tram lines will be cut between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. All this on the first day of sales.

Details of the disruptions to be expected for traffic in Strasbourg

Traffic prohibited on June 26 between 4:30 p.m. and 11 p.m. on the entire route:

– Rue PIERRE DE COUBERTIN

– Rue LUCIEN FEBVRE

– Boulevard de DRESDE, on the traffic lane located on the south side only (excluding the side lane used only by local residents and rights holders in the opposite direction to the usual direction)

– Pont JOSEPH BECH

– Boulevard PIERRE PFLIMLIN

– Pont GERMAIN MULLER

– Allée RENÉ CASSIN

– HUMAN RIGHTS Alley

– EUROPE Avenue

– ROBERTSAU alley

– Rue GEILER (between Allée de la Robertsau and Quai Rouget de Lisle)

– Place SÉBASTIEN BRANT

– UNIVERSITY Square

– Quai du MAIRE DIETRICH

– FISHERMAN Wharf

– BATELIERS Wharf

– Rue de ZURICH

– Rue des ORPHANS

– Place d’AUSTERLITZ

– Rue des BOUCHERS

– Rue SENGENWALD

– Rue de la 1ÈRE ARMY

– Quai SAINT-NICOLAS

– Quai CHARLES FREY

– Quai FINKWILLER

– Rue FINKWILLER

– COVERED BRIDGES

– Quai TURCKHEIM

– DESAIX Quay

– Place SAINT-PIERRE-LE-VIEUX

– Rue du VINGT-DEUX NOVEMBER

– Rue des FRANCS-BOURGEOIS

– Rue de la DIVISION LECLERC

– Quai SAINT-NICOLAS

– Rue d’OR

– Pont du CORBEAU, including on the cycle path

– Rue du VIEUX-MARCHÉ-AUX-POISSONS, including on the cycle path

– Place GUTENBERG

Reversed direction of traffic on June 26 between 1 p.m. and 11 p.m.:

– Boulevard de Dresde, on the side alley located on the even side, from Allée des Orcades towards Allée des Acores

– Exit on the left Place Adrien Zeller

Parking prohibited on June 26 between 1 a.m. and 11 p.m.:

– Along the route, from Place de l’Université to Place Kléber

– Over 20 meters on both sides of the streets perpendicular to the route and indicated on the map by red lines.

Parking prohibited from June 25 at 11 a.m. to June 26 at 11 p.m.:

– Along the route, from Boulevard de Dresden to University Square

– Over 20 meters on both sides of the streets perpendicular to the route and indicated on the map by blue lines.

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