BISON FUTE VACANCES D'ETE – This Saturday, August 1st, the traffic will be heavily congested on the main roads and secondary national because of the chassé-croisé. Check out the forecast of Bison Futé.Summary Saturday, 1st August, black, colour Bison Futé for the weekend detailed Forecast Friday 31 July Saturday 1 August Sunday 2 August Download the app Bison Futé Bison Futé : how it works
[ updated on July 31, 2020 at 17h43] This Saturday, August 1st, it will take some patience ! This day is classified as black by Bison Futé. In fact, the eternal and timeless-crossover holiday between the juillettistes and aoûtiens will take place this weekend, then climb up the journey time. To ease the traffic, motorists are encouraged to limit their travel during the rush hour and especially in the surroundings of large cities.
If some thought of escape from the stoppers through the national and secondary roads, it is missed. Most of the roads in france will be bottled. As well, the motorists are called, to the utmost patience and don't be afraid to stop in case of fatigue. In addition, the high temperatures will continue to hit France over the next few days.Saturday 1st of August 2020 black, what colors are in for the worst weekend of the summer ?
The first weekend of August, with the traditional out-cross of juillettistes and aoûtiens, promises to once again be responsible on the roads this year. Bison Futé is already provided for in a black Saturday for the 1st of August with many closures expected as early as Friday, July 31, rated red. Here's the first forecast. Find below the details for each day.Friday, July 31 : red in the direction of departures at the national level, and orange in the direction of returns. Saturday 1 August : black in the sense of departures over the whole country, and orange in the direction of returns. Sunday, August 2 : the orange in the direction of departures (red in Normandy, Centre, pays de la Loire and Rhône-Alpes), green in the returns. What are the highways and the schedules to avoid this Friday, July 31, according to Bison Futé ?
Friday, July 31, is already a day loaded on the roads of France, with the red at the national level in the sense of departures. Among the disturbances expected, the highways to leave the Ile-de-France will be particularly borrowed and Bison Futé advises to leave or cross the paris region before 10 hours. Similarly, it will be better to avoid the vicinity of large cities, between 14h and 20h.
In the sense of departures, here are the axes, and the highest hourly waterlogged on Friday 31 July :avoid the A6 motorway, between Beaune and Lyon, from 10 hours to 19 hours, avoid the A7 motorway between Lyon and Salon-de-Provence, from 10h to 20h avoid the A9 motorway between Nimes and Narbonne, from 9 to 21 avoid the A10 motorway at the height of Bordeaux between 6h and 20h, If you want to access to Italy via the tunnel du Mont-Blanc (N205), the waiting will be over 30 minutes between 7am and 10am and between 19h and 22h, for more than one hour between 10am and noon and from 16h to 19h. Attention, the situation will be very critical between noon and 16h with a wait time estimated at 2 hours.
In the sense of returns, there will also be the world with returns of juillettistes. It is thus advisable to leave or cross the Ile de France before 14 hours, or after 20 hours. Do not leave or return to the major metropolitan areas in between 15h and 18 hours. For motorways and busy schedules :avoid the A7 motorway between Orange and Lyon, 10 hours to 20 hours to avoid the A9 motorway between Narbonne and Orange, from 11am to 19h avoid the A62 motorway between Toulouse and Bordeaux, from 15h to 20h avoid the A61 between Narbonne and Toulouse, from 15h to 19h For the access to France from Italy via the tunnel du Mont-Blanc (N205), the traffic is announced dense with a waiting time exceeding 30 minutes from 11am and 16h and 18h to 20h, and very dense between 16h and 18h with a waiting time greater than an hour). Saturday, 1st August, rated black : what will be the hours and the motorways to avoid according to Bison Futé ?
For this Saturday, August 1st, Bison Futé has delivered numerous detailed forecasts. Remember, first, that the whole country is classified as black, and will therefore anyway be patient on the roads. It will be better to avoid the large cities as early as 6 o'clock on Saturday morning, and up to 20h. It will also be advisable to exit or cross the Ile de France before 6am or after noon.
In the sense of departures, here are otherwise the highways and times were deemed the most critical by Bison Futé :
In the direction of the Mediterranean, avoid :the A7 motorway between Lyon and Orange, from 5h to 19h and Salon-de-Provence to Marseille between 9h and 20h on the A9 motorway between Orange and Spain, from 7am to 18h the motorway A20 from 9h to 19h and A75 between saint-Flour and Millau, from 9h to 17h the motorways A61 between Carcassonne and Narbonne, from 9am to 15h
In the direction of the Atlantic coast, if possible, avoid :motorway A10 between Orléans and Tours from 8am to 13h and from Niort to Bordeaux, between 7h and 18h the A63 motorway from Bordeaux to Spain between 8h and 13h of the A11 motorway between Paris and Angers from 10h to 13h of the A13 motorway between Rouen and Caen from 10h to 17h
Rhone-Alps or in the direction of Italy :avoid the A43 motorway between Lyon and Chambéry, from 9h to 17h the approach and access to the Mont-Blanc tunnel via the N205 will be more dense from 5am to 9am and from 16h to 20h. Bison Futé predicts a wait of over 30 minutes. This will even be very dense between 9 and 16 hours with a wait over 1 hour.
In the sense of returns, there will also be the world. Bison Futé advises to leave or return to the major cities before 9 a.m. this Saturday, or after 18 hours. It will be better to return or to cross the Ile de France before 13 hours. Here are a if not the major-axis and time slots to avoid this Saturday, August 1, in the sense of returns :avoid the A7 motorway between Lançon-de-Provence and Lyon, from 9h to 17h avoid the A9 motorway between Narbonne and Orange, from 10h to 17h avoid the A10 motorway at the height of Bordeaux between 10h and 20h avoid the A10 motorway between Bordeaux and Niort, from 10h to 17h avoid the A71 at the height of Clermont-Ferrand, from 12h to 16h to avoid the A62 motorway between Toulouse and Bordeaux, from 10h to 16h to return to France from Italy via the tunnel du Mont-Blanc (N205), the traffic will be dense from 13h to 15h and from 18h to 20h with a delay time announced more than 30 minutes. The traffic promises to be particularly busy between 15 hours and 18 hours with a waiting time greater than 1 hour. What's the forecast for the Sunday, August 2 ?
You want to avoid the busy day, Saturday 1st August ? This can be a good idea, but you don't have to be alone on the road this Sunday, August 2, day ranked orange in the direction of the departures. If you need to exit or cross the Ile-de-France, it will be advisable to do this early in the morning, if possible before 8 hours. Similarly, it will be better to avoid the large cities between 10 hours and 20 hours. Here is the rest of the forecast :avoid the motorway A7 between Lyon and Orange from 9h to 20h and Salon-de-Provence to Marseille from 10 am to 21h avoid the A9 between Orange and Narbonne from 10h to 20h avoid the A10 motorway between Tours and Bordeaux, from 10h to 20h avoid the A20 motorway, between Limoges and Brive-la-Gaillarde from 11am to 18pm avoid the A62 motorway, between Agen and Toulouse from 16 h to 20h avoid the autorouteA61 between Toulouse and Narbonne, from 10am to 15h for access to Italy via the tunnel du Mont-Blanc (N205), the wait will be more than 30 minutes, according to Bison Futé between 10h and 17h. Download app Bison Futé
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