Starting on Thursday 9 August 2018, a new road layout will be tested on Place du Casino.
The initiative, which is being conducted under the aegis of the Société des Bains de Mer, the Police Department and the Department of Urban Amenities, will be in place throughout autumn, with the results to be analysed at the end of the year.
The new layout includes pedestrianisation of the square. General traffic will be diverted in front of the Hotel de Paris (in accordance with the plan attached to this press release). Hotel guests will still be able to access the hotel and drop off their luggage.
This new road layout is being put in place as a trial. It addresses two objectives:
- pedestrianise the Café de Paris/Casino area to create a completely accessible and safe space
- maintain and improve traffic flow
Originally published at Government Portal
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