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Temporary one-way system on part of avenue Princesse Grace

Some head to the Larvotto beach early in the morning © Prince’s Government

From Monday 25 April until Friday 24 June, a section of Avenue Princesse Grace will be a one-way street to allow the Testimonio II project to go ahead smoothly. 

The change will be in the Monaco-Menton direction, on the section of road between the Sporting Monte-Carlo roundabout and the roundabout in front of the Monte Carlo Bay hotel. During this period, access to the Monte-Carlo Bay Resort and Monte-Carlo Beach hotels and their car park will still be possible.


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Special signs will be put in place on the municipality of Roquebrune, at the intersection between Larvotto Boulevard and Avenue Princesse Grace to indicate that the Monte-Carlo Bay Resort and Monte-Carlo Beach hotels are accessible.

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Diversion map for 110 bus / © Communication Department

As for CAM buses, lines 5 and 6 will turn around at the “Rocabella” roundabout to serve their terminus at the Sea Club. The “Sporting” bus stop will not be in use. There will be a temporary diversion on Line 110, but only in the Menton-Monaco-Nice direction (see diagram).

Please note that two-way traffic will be temporary reinstated for all users from 23 to 30 May 2022, for the duration of the Formula 1 Grand Prix.