program, route and traffic measures

There are two days left before the passage of A thousand miles and Pontedera. The appointment is for Friday, June 17, when 111 Ferraris from early afternoon are expected to anticipate the arrival of the race’s 425 historic cars and another thirty electric cars participating in the green Mille Miglia. Finally, the unique models of modern Supercars and Hypercars, which are part of the Mille Miglia Experience.

On the route that starts from Brescia, crosses part of the peninsula to get to Rome and return to Brescia, the Pontederese stage will be the first ever in history to pass through the city. To allow the event to take place, an executive order was issued regulating circulation and parking. When the cars pass, the city will dress up as’The night of the engines‘, with the possibility that the shops can stay open and with events held in the places that are included. An initiative in collaboration with Confesercenti and Confcommercio and the opportunity, thanks to Palp Pontedera, to see the Warhol exhibition until

As for the route after the cars and the time of arrival at Pontedera, the first Ferrari will make its entrance around 13.30, with the procession of race cars then stopping at the 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.

The Mille Miglia cars will also parade along Corso Matteotti, up to Piazza Cavour and then drive again in the direction of Cascina. Various local realities collaborate on the Pontederese event. In addition to the car and motorcycle clubs (which will also exhibit their vehicles along the route) and the photography club Crec Piaggio (which on Friday inaugurates the exhibition entitled ‘Ambiente Clima Futuro’ at Pontedera Music Academy), there is the basic contribution of civil protection associations. The contribution to the event from the Pisa Chamber of Commerce must also be emphasized.

Changes to parking and traffic

From 7 a.m. Wednesday, June 15 to midnight Friday, June 17

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

From 7 to 12 Friday, June 17th

  • Corso Matteotti (Napoleon Bridge) junction with Via Guerrazzi: Obligation to turn right

From kl. 7 Friday, June 17 to the end of the event

  • Piazza Martiri della Libertà: prohibition of forced parking on the whole site and prohibition of circulation with the exception of the event cars
  • Piazza Garibaldi at the junction with Via della Misericordia: no right turn
  • Via Palestro: No parking with forced removal and no transit except for the means of the event
  • Via 1 ° Maggio from the intersection with Via N. Bixio to Piazza Cavour: prohibition of transit and parking with forced removal except the means of the event
  • Via Giordano Bruno in the section between the intersection with Via Dante and the intersection with Via 1 ° Maggio: no transit except for 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 junction with Largo Pier Paolo Pasolini: obligation to turn left
  • Viale Rinaldo Piaggio section between the junction with Via Roma and the adjacent car park number 110 including: 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: No 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 street number 110: No parking
  • Viale Rinaldo Piaggio – junction roundabout Via XXIV Maggio – west / east direction: no overtaking, access only to Piaggio directional parking

From kl. 9 on Friday 17 June to the end of the event

  • Via Morandi: mandatory exit from Via Puccini
  • Via Veneto, at the junction with Corso Matteotti (Ponte Napoleonico) and Viale Italia: no left turn to start
  • Via delle Colline per Legoli, at the junction with Corso Matteotti (Ponte Napoleonico) and Viale Italia: no right to turn
  • Corso Matteotti: opening for traffic for event cars with a speed limit of 20 km / h

From 12 noon on Friday 17 June until the end of the event

  • Via Tosco Romagnola – roundabout crossing Via Pacinotti and Via della Costituzione: obligation to turn right and left with access only allowed for residents
  • Via della Costituzione – roundabout at the intersection of Via Pacinotti and Via T. Romagnola: no left turn
  • Via Pacinotti – roundabout at the intersection of Via T. Romagnola and Via della Costituzione: no right of way
  • Via del Gelso – north / south direction: one road
  • Via Madre Teresa di calcutta – north / south direction: Simple
  • Panoramic car park – south side: compulsory exit / driveway from Via Indipendenza
  • Panoramic car park – north side: no exit at Via del Gelso
  • Via Madre Teresa di Calcutta at the junction with Via Indipendenza: no access
  • Via del Gelso – from number 12 (carnival shed): obligation to turn right
  • Viale Italia: no transit and no parking with forced removal on both sides, except for the event cars
  • Via Veneto, at the junction with Corso Matteotti (Ponte Napoleonico) and Viale Italia: no right turn
  • Via delle Colline per Legoli, at the junction with Corso Matteotti (Ponte Napoleonico) and Viale Italia: No turn left

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