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Spring holidays: a busy weekend on the roads of Île-de-France starting this Friday

After zone C last week, it is the turn of zone A to go on vacation this Friday.

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Spring holidays: a busy weekend on the roads of Île-de-France starting this Friday

After zone C last week, it is the turn of zone A to go on vacation this Friday. Students from the academies of Besançon, Bordeaux, Clermont-Ferrand, Dijon, Grenoble, Limoges, Lyon and Poitiers will benefit from two weeks off this Friday, pushing many families to hit the road. Enough to cause some disruption, according to Bison futé, particularly in Île-de-France, classified orange on Friday and Saturday in the direction of departures. Le Figaro takes stock.

This Friday, April 12, will be marked by heavy traffic from the end of the morning departing from the Paris region, “in the direction of the toll gates of the A10 and A6 motorways, as well as on the axes converging towards these motorways”, specifies Bison Futé. This afternoon, “the significant increase in traffic and the combination of traffic flows corresponding to work-home journeys will make circulation difficult until the early evening”. As a result, the A13 motorway could be marked by traffic difficulties from the start of the afternoon. The government forecast site therefore advises leaving or crossing Île-de-France before midday. At 10:30 a.m., the specialized Sytadin site of the Roads Department of the Ile-de-France region already noted 65km of traffic jams, a usual level, but increasing.

And tomorrow ? Bison Futé once again forecasts “heavy traffic around the capital, on the A10 and A6 motorways and on the roads joining them, from the start of the morning”. This should then intensify. “The A13 motorway could also experience traffic difficulties from mid-morning,” he specifies. These difficulties could continue until early afternoon. In question, the combination of traffic which is still dense on the main roads and traffic generated by “Saturday economic activity”. You will therefore have to be early: the site advises vacationers to leave Île-de-France before 8 a.m.

The rest of France, for its part, is classified in green in the direction of departures and arrivals, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Rather calm roads, before a first weekend of crossover next week.

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