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Rome: Roads closed and parking ban on 28/5 for the Giro d’Italia Rome: Roads closed and parking ban on 28/5 for the Giro d’Italia

In Rome, roads closed and parking prohibited on May 28 for the last stage of the Giro d’Italia 2023. But the inconvenience to traffic has already started on Saturday 27

26 May 2023 – 12:31

Rome is preparing to host the last stage of the Tour of Italy 2023 with ai finish line Imperial Forums. An event awaited by thousands of cycling enthusiasts but which will inevitably create various inconveniences for vehicle traffic from Saturday May 27 but especially on Sunday May 28, 2023, pink race day. From a sustainability perspective, many are indeed planned parking bans in Rome And roads closed vast, let’s find out all the details.


The twenty-first and final stage of the 2023 Cycling Tour of Italy begins at Rome Eur and arrives at the coast of Ostia and then returns to the starting area. Then the path reaches the capital center where he travels 6 times a circuit of 13.6 km with arrival at Via dei Fori Imperiali, for a total of 135 km. Below is the map of the Rome stage of the Giro d’Italia 2023.


The activation of parking bans in the areas affected by the passage of the Giro d’Italia in Rome is already beginning from Saturday May 27. Here are the prohibited streets (pay attention to the signs):

  • viale Gabriele D’Annunzio (Piazza del Popolo area), via di Sant’Eufemia, via dei Fornari, piazza Santi Apostoli, piazza Venezia-Fori Imperiali. And more: via Cavour, via degli Annibaldi, piazza and via della Consolazione, via di Monte Tarpeo, via del Tempio di Giove, via del Plebiscito, corso Vittorio, largo di Torre Argentina, piazza Paoli, Lungotevere degli Altoviti, piazza di Ponte Sant ‘Angelo, Lungotevere Tor di Nona, Piazza di Ponte Umberto I.
  • Parking is also prohibited on Lungotevere Marzio, in Augusta, dei Fiorentini, dei Sangallo, dei Tebaldi, dei Vallati, de’ Cenci, degli Alberteschi, Pierleoni, Aventino. And again: Via dei Bresciani, Largo Petrucci, Via della Greca, Via del Circo Massimo, Piazzale Ugo La Malfa, Porta Capena, Largo Vittime del Terrorismo, Viale delle Terme di Caracalla (here the first parking bans started on Tuesday evening 23 ), via Valle delle Camene, piazzale Numa Pompilio, largo Baldinotti, viale Baccelli, via Antonina and via Antoniniana, largo Cavalieri di Colombo, via di San Gregorio and via Celio Vibenna, piazza della Libertà.
  • Again, parking bans also on Lungotevere dei Mellini and Prati, via Triboniano, piazza dei Tribunali, piazza Adriana, largo Mutilati e Invalidi di Guerra, via delle Fosse di Castello, piazza Pia, via della Conciliazione, piazzale Rosario Livatino, viale Pasteur, Concordia place, via Ciro il Grande, piazzale dell’Agricoltura, via Chopin, viale dell’Urbanistica, viale dell’Astronomia, piazzale Sturzo, viale Beethoven, viale Europa, piazzale delle Nazioni, piazza Marconi, viale Civiltà del Lavoro, largo Pella, piazzale Nervi, piazzale Cristoforo Colombo (in Ostia).


About the roads closed to traffic, the provision is triggered not only for the call for tenders but also for the erection and dismantling of the structures. So since Saturday May 27 Piazza del Popolo-Viale Gabriele D’Annunzio and Via dei Fori Imperiali are closed.

Sunday May 28 the closures will affect, among others, the area of ​​San Gregorio and the Colosseum (from 4 a.m.), Piazza Venezia (from 5), Viale delle Terme di Caracalla (from 6 a.m.), Corso Vittorio (at from 6:30 a.m.), certain sections of the Lungotevere (from 9 a.m.) the central routes of Colombo (from 1:30 p.m.).

In general, the closures will concern the entire route of the stage:

  • towards Ostia: viale Pasteur, viale dell’Astronomia, viale Beethoven, viale Europa, via Cristoforo Colombo to piazzale Cristoforo Colombo;
  • towards the center of Rome: via Cristoforo Colombo, viale delle Terme di Caracalla, via di San Gregorio, piazza del Colosseo, via dei Fori Imperiali, piazza Venezia, viale del Plebiscito, corso Vittorio, the Lungotevere (historic center side) from Ponte Vittorio Emanuele II to Ponte Regina Margherita, crossing Ponte Regina Margherita, piazza della Libertà, Lungotevere (Prati side) from Ponte Regina Margherita to Ponte Umberto I, piazza Adriana, crossing Ponte Vittorio Emanuele II, Lungotevere (historic center side) from Ponte Vittorio Emanuele II at the Palatine Bridge, via del Circo Massimo, viale Guido Baccelli and again Caracalla, Porta Capena, via di San Gregorio, via Celio Vibenna, piazza del Colosseo, Fori Imperiali. In the center, the route from via dei Fori Imperiali and back will be repeated 5 times.

On the Grande Raccordo Anulare, always on Sunday 28 in the late morning/early afternoon, and until the need ceases, the exit ramp (exit 26) which leads to Pontina direction Eur, both on the inside and on the outside. At the same time, the Pontina height of Tor de’ Cenci towards Eur will also be closed. In addition, on May 28, it will be holiday closure suspended on via Appia Antica and via di Porta San Sebastiano.

Since the President of the Republic Sergio Mattarella will attend the final phase, some traffic restrictions will also be adopted by midnight on May 28. between via dei Fori Imperiali and via XXIV Maggio. In particular, vehicles will be collected in via Santa Eufemia, via dei Fornari, vicolo San Bernardo, via delle Tre Cannelle, piazza della Madonna di Loreto, via and piazza del Foro di Traiano, via Magnanapoli. The same streets from 2 p.m. on Sundays must be closed to traffic.

Many changes are obviously also expected for the surface service of the local public transportfor more details, please refer to the Roma Mobilità page.

Source : Sicur Auto


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