Mille Miglia Pontedera, 111 Ferraris and 425 historic cars on the road

For what concern path followed by the cars and the time of arrival in Pontedera, the first Ferrari makes its entrance around 13.30, with the parade of race cars then stopping at. Piaggio Museum. 15.15 the first car is expected by Mille Miglia. The affected roads are those coming from Tosco Romagnola to La Rotta, which will lead towards the center: via del Gelso, via Indipendenza, viale Italia, Ponte Napoleonico and piazza Martiri della Libertà, where only in the case of historic cars will be created a kind of circuit.

Changes to parking and traffic

From 7.00 on Wednesday 15 June to 00.00 on Friday 17 June

Piaggio Museum Square (Piazzale d’Ascanio) – Viale R. Piaggio: No forced parking on the entire square in front of the Piaggio Museum

From 7 a.m. to noon Friday, June 17th

Corso Matteotti (Napoleon Bridge) crosses Via Guerrazzi: Duty to turn right

From 7.00 on Friday 17 June until the end of the event

Martyrs of Liberty Square: prohibition of parking with compulsory removal on the whole site and prohibition of circulation with the exception of the event cars

Piazza Garibaldi at the junction with Via della Misericordia: right-turn ban

Via Palestro: No parking with forced removal and no transit except for the means of the event

Via 1 ° Maggio from the junction with Via N. Bixio to Piazza Cavour: prohibition of transit and parking with forced removal with the exception of the means of the event

Via Giordano Bruno in the section between the junction with Via Dante and the junction with Via 1 ° Maggio: transit ban with the exception of residents

Via Belfiore from Largo Pier Paolo Pasolini to the junction with Via 1 ° Maggio: no transit (for parked cars, exit Via 1 ° Maggio to the left)

Via Belfiore at the intersection with Largo Pier Paolo Pasolini: obligation to turn left

Viale Rinaldo Piaggio stretch between the junction with Via Roma and the adjacent car park number 110 included: No parking with forced removal on both sides and no transit

Via Maestri del Lavoro up to the junction with Via del Fosso Vecchio and parking: Prohibition of transit and parking with forced removal

Viale Rinaldo Piaggio – Gronchi Library Parking: No parking with forced removal and no transit

Viale Rinaldo Piaggio – Parking next to number 110: Do not stop

Viale Rinaldo Piaggio – junction roundabout Via XXIV Maggio – west / east: no transit, access only allowed to Piaggio directional car park

From kl. 9.00 on Friday 17 June to the end of the event

Via Morandi: obligatory exit from Via Puccini

Via Veneto, at the junction with Corso Matteotti (Napoleon Bridge) and Viale Italia: prohibition to turn left to start

Via delle Colline per Legoli, at the intersection of Corso Matteotti (Ponte Napoleonico) and Viale Italia: prohibition to turn right

Corso Matteotti: opening to traffic for the event’s cars with a speed limit of 20 km / h

From 12.00 on Friday 17 June until the end of the event

Via Tosco Romagnola – roundabout crossed by Via Pacinotti and Via della Costituzione: obligation to turn right and left with access allowed only for residents

Via della Costituzione – roundabout at the intersection of Via Pacinotti and Via T. Romagnola: no left turn

Via Pacinotti – roundabout crossed by Via T. Romagnola and Via della Costituzione: Prohibition on turning right

Via del Gelso – north / south direction: One way road

Via Madre Teresa di calcutta – north / south direction: One way road

Panoramic parking – south side: mandatory exit / entrance from Via Indipendenza

Panoramic parking – north side: no exit at Via del Gelso

Via Madre Teresa di Calcutta at the intersection with Via Indipendenza: access denied

Via del Gelso – from number 12 (carnival shed): obligation to turn right

Viale Italien: no transit and no parking with forced removal on both sides, with the exception of the event’s cars

Via Veneto, at the junction with Corso Matteotti (Napoleon Bridge) and Viale Italia: prohibition to turn right

Via delle Colline per Legoli, at the intersection of Corso Matteotti (Ponte Napoleonico) and Viale Italia: Do not turn left

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