The Larvotto tunnel will be closed at night to traffic in both directions from Monday, February 6, until Thursday, March 30. The overnight closures will run each day from 8 pm until 6 am. The noisiest work will be stopped at midnight.
The closure is a continuation of the progressive installation of security features in Monaco’s road tunnels, including the setting up of fire protection networks and the creation of fire and safety niches.
During the duration of work, users coming from the east of the Principality via boulevard du Larvotto will have to leave at the Portier roundabout, while traffic coming from the west will only have access to the Monaco train station.
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