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19 October 2016 News flash

Funfair Security Measures

Caption:  Patrice Cellario, Minister of Interior, explains the measures implemented for the Funfair. © Government Communication Department / Charly Gallo

At the initiative of Monaco City Hall, the Principality is preparing to host the attractions of the fair, and its associated technical areas, for almost a month.  This popular traditional event is eagerly awaited by everyone.  This year, security measures will be introduced that will enable the fair to take place under the best possible conditions.

In addition to checks on the public at the entrance and within the fair, which have now become standard practice, a measure will be implemented to ensure the safety of pedestrians who may have to wait in the bus lane of the Boulevard Albert 1er , due to filtering schemes at the entrance to the fair.

Therefore, two areas will be created in the bus lane of the Boulevard Albert 1er, to the right of the Rue Princesse Caroline and the Rue Suffren Reymond.  The circulation of buses will not be affected.  However, it will not be possible for buses to use this bus lane.

To reduce the impact of this measure on general traffic flow, it will be forbidden to park vehicles on the coastal side of the service road of this Boulevard, between the Rue Princesse Caroline and the Rue Suffren Reymond, and the corresponding lane will be for the use of general traffic.

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