Pubblicato il 22 May 2024 da Redazione in Actuality in Monaco, Events, Monaco

81st Formula One Grand Prix of Monaco: what impacts on your travel?

One of the oldest and most prestigious car races in the world, the Formula One Grand Prix of Monaco will take place this year from May 23 to 26, causing disruptions to traffic and public transportation. Details.
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VEHICLE TRAFFIC

On May 23, 24, 25, and 26, from early morning until the end of the events, the following roads will be closed to traffic:

  • boulevard Albert Ier;
  • Place du Casino;
  • avenue des Citronniers, up to the entrance of the Métropole parking;
  • avenue Princesse Grace, from avenue des Spélugues to boulevard Louis II;
  • avenue des Spélugues;
  • boulevard Louis II;
  • avenue J.-F. Kennedy;
  • avenue de la Madone, between its intersection with avenue des Spélugues and avenue de Grande-Bretagne;
  • avenue de Monte-Carlo;
  • avenue d’Ostende;
  • avenue de la Costa, between no. 3 and avenue d’Ostende;
  • quai Albert Ier;
  • quai Antoine Ier;
  • rue Grimaldi, between Place Sainte-Dévote and rue Princesse Florestine;
  • avenue de la Quarantaine;
  • quai des États-Unis;
  • route de la Piscine;
  • appontement Jules Soccal;
  • Darse Sud;
  • rue des Açores;
  • tunnel Rocher Albert Ier;
  • tunnel Rocher Noghès;
  • tunnel Rocher Antoine Ier;
  • avenue des Papalins, between nos. 13 and 39;
  • between avenue des Papalins and Albert II.

The one-way direction will be reversed:

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  • rue Princesse Florestine, between rue Suffren Reymond and rue Grimaldi;
  • rue de Millo, between rue Saige and rue Terrazzani;
  • avenue du Port, from the beginning of avenue de la Quarantaine to the roundabout at Place d’Armes;
  • rue Suffren Reymond, between rue Louis Notari and rue Princesse Florestine;
  • rue Saige;
  • rue Terrazzani.

A two-way traffic will be established:

  • rue Grimaldi, between rue Suffren Reymond and Place d’Armes;
  • rue Notari, between rue Suffren Reymond and rue Princesse Antoinette.

Finally, from May 23 to 26, there will be occasional closures on boulevard du Larvotto between its intersection with avenue Princesse Grace and rue du Portier (in both directions), on the incoming ramp and the Portier roundabout.

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Furthermore, on May 25 and 26:

  • the one-way traffic of Monaco-Ville will be suspended;
  • the traffic of vehicles not registered in Monaco will be prohibited on avenue de la Porte Neuve.

Follow the real-time impacts on the road network: https://www.waze.com/fr/events/81e-formula-1-grand-prix-MN-2024-05-23.

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VEHICLE PARKING

On May 23, 24, 25, and 26, parking will be prohibited on the following roads:

  • rue Grimaldi;
  • rue Princesse Florestine;
  • avenue de la Madone;
  • rue Princesse Antoinette, between rue Louis Notari and boulevard Albert Ier;
  • avenue de la Quarantaine;
  • quai des États-Unis;
  • route de la Piscine;
  • appontement Jules Soccal; Darse Sud;
  • avenue du Port, in areas reserved for two-wheelers and “deliveries”, between Place d’Armes and no. 3;
  • rue des Açores;
  • avenue de la Costa, between no. 3 and avenue d’Ostende;
  • rue Princesse Florestine, in the area reserved for two-wheelers in front of no. 5;
  • rue Louis Notari;
  • avenue des Ligures;
  • avenue Princesse Alice;
  • rue Suffren Reymond, between rue Grimaldi and boulevard Albert Ier;
  • avenue de la Costa, between avenue Henry Dunant and the passage of Porte Rouge;
  • passage of Porte Rouge;
  • avenue de Roqueville;
  • boulevard de Suisse, between avenue de la Costa and avenue de Roqueville;
  • boulevard Albert Ier;
  • quai Antoine Ier, between tunnel Rocher Noghès and the parking of quai Antoine Ier;
  • allée Guillaume Apollinaire;
  • Place du Casino;
  • boulevard Charles III;
  • boulevard Princesse Charlotte, between the Madone junction and Place de la Crémaillère;
  • avenue des Citronniers, up to the entrance of the Métropole parking;
  • avenue de la Costa, between avenue Princesse Alice and avenue Henry Dunant;
  • avenue Henry Dunant;
  • rue Philibert Florence (except the area reserved for people with reduced mobility);
  • avenue Princesse Grace, from avenue des Spélugues to boulevard Louis II;
  • avenue de Grande-Bretagne, between avenue de la Madone and square Winston Churchill;
  • avenue de Grande-Bretagne, between nos. 10 and 20;
  • avenue de Grande-Bretagne, between no. 20 and its intersection with boulevard du Larvotto;
  • rue des Iris;
  • boulevard du Jardin Exotique, seaside, between nos. 36 and 42;
  • avenue J.F. Kennedy;
  • boulevard Louis II;
  • Place de la Mairie (except the area reserved for people with reduced mobility);
  • avenue de Monte-Carlo;
  • boulevard des Moulins;
  • avenue d’Ostende;
  • rue du Portier;
  • avenue Prince Pierre;
  • boulevard Rainier III, between avenue Prince Pierre and rue Louis Auréglia;
  • rue des Remparts;
  • quai Jean-Charles Rey, the two parking spaces in front of no. 16, the entire area reserved for light vehicles in front of no. 34b, and the entire area reserved for two-wheelers;
  • rue du Rocher;
  • avenue de Roqueville;
  • avenue des Spélugues;
  • rue Baron Sainte-Suzanne, the entire area reserved for two-wheelers in front of no. 3;
  • rue Louis Auréglia, between nos. 3 and 7.

MONACO ON ELECTRIC CHARGING STATIONS

On the days of the events, the Monaco ON electric vehicle charging stations will be neutralized:

  • rue Grimaldi;
  • rue Louis Notari;
  • rue Florestine;
  • quai des États-Unis;
  • avenue de la Madone;
  • avenue de la Quarantaine.

URBAN BUS TRAFFIC OF THE CAM

From May 23 to 26, the following stops will not be served.

Line No. 1: Monaco Ville <> Saint-Roman

  • Outbound: “Place d’Armes (avenue du Port)”, “Stade Nautique”, “Princesse Antoinette”, “Kennedy”, “Auditorium Rainier III”, “Portier”, “Spélugues”, “Citronniers”, and “Place du Casino”.
  • Return: “Monte-Carlo (Casino)”, “Square Beaumarchais”, “Ostende”, “Place Sainte-Dévote”, and “Princesse Florestine”.

Line No. 2: Monaco Ville <> Jardin Exotique (Parking des Salines)

  • Outbound: “Place d’Armes (avenue du Port)”, “Stade Nautique”, “Princesse Antoinette”, “Ostende”, “Terrasses du Casino”, and “Square Beaumarchais”.
  • Return: “Monte-Carlo (Casino)”, “Square Beaumarchais”, “Ostende”, “Place Sainte-Dévote”, and “Princesse Florestine”.

Line No. 3: Fontvieille <> Hector Otto

  • Outbound: “Port de Fontvieille”, “Stade Nautique”, “Princesse Antoinette”, “Place Sainte-Dévote”, “Princesse Florestine”, and “Place d’Armes”.
  • Return: “Place d’Armes (2)” and “Princesse Stéphanie”.

Line No. 4: Fontvieille <> Saint-Roman

  • Outbound: “Place d’Armes (boulevard Charles III)”
  • Return: “Place d’Armes (2)” and “Princesse Stéphanie”.

Line No. 5: Hôpital <> Place des Moulins (instead of the Larvotto terminus)

  • Outbound: “Place du Casino”, “Spélugues”, “Portier”, “Grimaldi Forum”, “Plages”, “Sea Club”, and “Larvotto”.
  • Return: “Larvotto”, “Sea Club”, “Plages”, “Grimaldi Forum-Villa Sauber”, “Portier”, “Spélugues”, “Citronniers”, and “Place du Casino”.

Line No. 6: Fontvieille <> Larvotto

  • No service.

Express Line X1 (Jardin Exotique / Parking des Salines <> Place d’Armes)

  • No service.

Express Line X2 (Jardin Exotique / Parking des Salines <> Monte-Carlo)

  • No service.

Express Line X3 (Larvotto <> Fontvieille)

  • No service.

Express Line X4 (Saint-Roman <> Fontvieille)

  • No service.

IMPLEMENTATION OF SPECIAL “CIRCUIT” AND “SALINES” SHUTTLES

This year, on the occasion of the three automobile races, the new Salines Parking (1790 spaces), located at the western entrance of the Principality, will be served by shuttles provided for spectators by the CAM. Free upon presentation of the parking ticket, the “Circuit Shuttles” outbound and “Salines Shuttle” return will connect every 10 minutes, between 8:00 am and 8:00 pm, this parking to the stop located at avenue Albert II in Fontvieille, a few minutes’ walk from the Monaco Circuit. Choosing this city entrance parking thus offers facilitated access to the circuit, avoiding dense traffic related to the events, all at preferential rates. To know the advantageous rates of the Salines Parking and learn everything about the shuttles in service: https://www.gouv.mc/Action-Gouvernementale/La-Qualite-de-Vie/Actualites/Courses-automobiles-Le-parking-des-Salines-pret-a-accueillir-les-spectateurs Website of the Compagnie des Autobus de Monaco: https://www.cam.mc/

INTERURBAN BUS TRAFFIC ZOU!

On the days of the events, the following changes are to be expected.

Line 600 – Direction Monaco/Menton

Stops “Place d’Armes (Tunnel Serravalle)” and “Princesse Antoinette” will not be served; passengers will be transferred to the temporary stop set up opposite “Place d’Armes” towards Nice. A pick-up and drop-off stop will be made at “Pont Sainte-Dévote”.

Line 600 – Direction Nice

Stops “Monte-Carlo (Casino)”, “Sainte-Dévote”, and “Place d’Armes” will not be served; transferred to substitute stops “Crémaillère”, “Pont Sainte-Dévote”, and “Honoré II”.

Line 80 – Direction Monaco/Menton

The stop “Princesse Antoinette” will not be served; transferred to “Pont Sainte-Dévote”. The stop “Spélugues (Fairmont)” will not be served; transferred to “Office de Tourisme”. Stops “Grimaldi Forum” and “Sporting (Bay Hôtel)” will not be served; transferred to “Place des Moulins”.

Line 80 – Direction Airport

Stops “Sporting (Bay Hôtel)” and “Larvotto (Hôtel Méridien)” will not be served; transferred to “Place des Moulins”. Stops “Spélugues” and “Monte-Carlo (Casino)” will not be served; transferred to “Crémaillère”. The stop “Sainte-Dévote Gare” will not be served; transferred to “Pont Sainte-Dévote”. The stop “Place d’Armes” will not be served; transferred to “Honoré II”.

Lines 603/604/605

Direction Monaco: the stop “Place d’Armes” will not be served; transferred to “Honoré II”. Website of Zou! (page “My bus lines in the Alpes-Maritimes”): https://zou.maregionsud.fr/mes-lignes-de-bus-dans-les-alpes-maritimes