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Sunday classified as black, this is why you absolutely must avoid this road

Traffic will be very difficult this Sunday with the passage of hundreds of thousands of motorists on the roads of France.

This year, the sequence of two public holidays in the middle of the week, May 8 (Armistice 1945) and May 9 ( Ascension), cumulative to the closure of schools on the 10th, allowed millions of French people to benefit from a five-day break, from Wednesday to Sunday inclusive. A godsend for all those who wanted a change of scenery, especially since the sun was out on almost the entire site. of the country with summer temperatures. If hoteliers and restaurateurs were delighted with this very long weekend, motorway companies will also have benefited from this very long weekend.  benefit of this period which will have seen millions of vehicles pass through the main roads of the country.

Sunday, May 12, will also be one of the rare days of the year classified as public. black by Bison Fut&eac;. This concerns the entire north and northwest part, i.e. à almost a quarter of France. As systematically in such cases, Ile-de-France will be particularly affected. Unsurprisingly, the A13 motorway will be stormed by all the “Parisians”, returning after leaving freshen the mind in Normandy, particularly on the beaches of the Côte fleurée (Deauville, Trouville, Honfleur…). In their misfortune, they will still be able to “appreciate” the fact that the Normandy motorway will have reopened its final portion in the province-Paris direction two days earlier…

Sunday classified as black, this is why you absolutely must avoid this road

But the A13 linking Paris and Caen will not be the only major axis subject to change. extremely dense traffic this May 12. Less known for these traffic jams, another highway will be nearby. Avoid as much as possible so as not to experience a Sunday in hell. This is the A81, a 93 kilometer long motorway between Le Mans, in Sarthe, and the La Gravelle toll located in La Gravelle. at the gates of Brittany. It is located in the extension of the A11 leaving from Paris and then allows you, via the national 157, to reach Rennes. In the direction of returns, the A81, like the N157, will be close to saturation on Sunday, particularly between 2 and 7 p.m.

To reach Le Mans from Rennes, over a distance of approximately 150 kilometers, the estimated travel time is approximately 150 kilometers. &agrav; 1h35 in normal times, could go from single to double. And except for the Sarthois, this Le Mans stage will not mark the end of the ordeal. Many will be those who, leaving Brittany in the morning, will continue their journey back to Paris via the A11 motorway. For a few extra 200 kilometers.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116