E-Prix: Be Aware of Traffic Parking and Pedestrian Restrictions
The E-Prix is here. And if you haven’t noticed already, the preparations for the E-Prix and the Grand Prix have temporarily changed the ease that we have to move around the Principality… it is impacting both pedestrians and vehicles.
This week-end special additional restrictions come into play due to the E-Prix.
Be aware of the following changes to the availability to park. There is NO PARKING at:
From Friday May 5 at 6am to Saturday May 6 at 9pm
Avenue de la Madone, Rue Louis Notari, Ruelle Saint-Jean
From Friday May 5 at 11pm to Saturday May 6 at 9pm
Avenue Henri Dunant, rue du Rocher
From Friday May 5 at 11 p.m. to Saturday May 6 until the end of the races: boulevard Albert 1, rue Baron Sainte-Suzanne, all two-wheel spaces in front of n° 3; Casino Square; boulevard Charles III: avenue des Citronniers, to the right of the entrance to the Métropole car park: rue Princess Florestine Street; avenue Princesse Grace, from avenue des Spélugues to boulevard Louis II; avenue de Grande-Bretagne, in its section between avenue de la Madonna and Winston Churchill Square; Grimaldi Street, Allée Guillaume Apollinaire; avenue J.-F. Kennedy: boulevard Louis II: avenue de Monte Carlo; ave nue d’Ostende: avenue Prince Pierre, between its numbers 2 to 8: avenue du Port, between Place d’Armes and rue Saige; avenue de la Quarantine; rue Suffren-Reymond; avenue des Spélugues; Princess Antoinette Street.
From Friday May 5 at 6 a.m. to Sunday May 7 at midnight: passage de La Porte Rouge, avenue de Roqueville: boulevard de Suisse in its part between avenue de la Costa and avenue de Roqueville.
Saturday 6 May, from 4 a.m. until the end of the events: avenue de la Costa, in its part between its n°3 and avenue d’Ostende.
No Driving or Walking near the E-Prix Circuit
Including: boulevard Albert 1er, Casino square; avenue Grimaldi, Citronniers to the right of the entrance to the Métropole car park; avenue Princesse Grace, from avenue des Spélugues to boulevard Louis II; avenue J.-F. Kennedy; Boulevard Louis II; avenue de la Madone, in its part between its intersection with avenue des Spélugues and avenue de Grande-Bretagne; Monte Carlo Avenue; avenue d’Ostende; Avenue des Spelugues.
Only vehicles coming under the organization committee, police, emergency, rescue services and those authorized by pass issued by the Public Security, are authorized: Quai Albert-1er; quai Antoine-1er; avenue de la Costa, in its part between its n°3 and avenue d’Ostende; rue Grimaldi, in its part between Place Sainte Dévote and rue
Princess Florestine, Quarantine Avenue; Rocher Albert 1er tunnel; Rocher Noghès tunnel. One-way traffic is suspended on the avenue du Port, in its part between the rue Terrazzani and the avenue de la Quarantaine.
And the reverse for rue princesse Florestine, in its part between rue Suffren Reymond and rue Grimaldi; Serravalle tunnel; Rue Suffren Reymond, in its section between rue Louis Notari and rue Princesse Florestine. Two-way traffic is established for rue Grimaldi, in its part between rue Suffren Reymond and place d’Armes.
Persons not in possession of tickets issued by the Automobile Club de Monaco are prohibited from sitting in the stands, parking and/or driving within the perimeter of the circuit.
Access to the buildings located on the edge, on the portions of roads closed to traffic or included in the enclosure of the circuit, is only authorized: to the residents of the said buildings on presentation of their identity document; to people working in these buildings upon presentation of their work permit; holders of passes issued by the Automobile Club of Monaco or by the Public Security.