Traffic restrictions in the Capital, on Heroes’ Day

According to the Road Brigade, on Thursday, between 20.00-21.30, a torchlight procession will be organized to celebrate Heroes’ Day on the route: Palace of the National Military Circle – Calea Victoriei – Spl. Independenţei – Bd. Unirii – Bretea Parchet (opposite direction) – Piata Constituţiei – Bd. Libertăţii – Bd Naţiunile Unite – Str. Bogdan Petriceicu Haşdeu – Splaiul Independenţei – Bd. Eroii Sanitari – Palatul Cotroceni – Şos. Cotroceni – Bd. Iuliu Maniu – Bd. General Vasile Milea – Bd. Timişoara – headquarters of the 30th Guard Brigade.

The movement will be made exclusively on the first traffic lane, on the normal direction of travel (except for the Parquet Strap).

„For the good development of the event, between 20.00-21.30, the road traffic on Str. Constantin Mille. Also, between 20.50-21.30, the road traffic will be restricted for 10 minutes on Calea Victoriei, lanes I and II, in front of the Palace of the Military Circle, between Constantin Mille Street and Regina Elisabeta Blvd. ”, transmitted the Road Brigade.

Police will have measures to streamline traffic and prevent accidents and ask drivers to drive carefully, to keep a sufficient distance to be able to brake safely, to stop or park only in specially designed places and to observe the signals. and traffic police directions.

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