In the Ile-de-France, traffic towards the tollbooths of the A10 and A6 motorways will be very heavy from early in the morning.
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Arm yourself with patience as you take the wheel. According to Smart Bison’s forecast, the Easter weekend is expected to be the toughest of all spring break in terms of traffic. The day Saturday April 16 is therefore classified as orange at the national level and red in the Great West and North.
The departures take place mainly in the morning and until the end of the afternoon. The congestion will be linked to exits and concentrated on the main axes towards Normandy and Brittany (A13, A11, N12, N157) and towards the Mediterranean (A7, A8, A9, A61). In the Ile-de-France, traffic towards the tollbooths of the A10 and A6 motorways will be very heavy from early in the morning. Traffic delays are also expected on the A13 motorway from the morning.
Sunday and Monday are classified as green nationwide in the direction of travel. In the reverse direction, Saturday and Sunday are rated green nationwide. Monday is nationally classified as orange.
#trafficinfo : It’s the first long weekend of the year! Starting tomorrow, many of you will be on the road, but it’s going to get complicated on Monday. So how do you avoid traffic jams? Check out the traffic forecast for this Easter weekend. #Clever @Radio1077 pic.twitter.com/BqiPP0lKGF
— VINCI Autoroutes (@VINCIAutoroutes) April 14, 2022
On Monday, difficulties towards the return in the late morning begin as close as possible to the country’s coastal areas and gradually approach the big cities. On the outskirts of these metropolises, the difficulties should disappear around 8 p.m. In the Ile-de-France, traffic delays are expected on the A10, A6 and A13 motorways throughout the afternoon until late in the evening.