Since the night of Monday to Tuesday 5 February 6 Val-d’Oise department is placed on orange alert for “snow and ice” for the next 24 hours.
Since the night of Monday to Tuesday 5 February 6 the department of Val-d’Oise is placed on an Orange alert for snow and ice for the next 24 hours.
Following this new difficult weather episode, the traffic restrictions were put in place by the Prefecture of Val d’Oise.
The speed limit is 80km/h until midday on Wednesday 7th February on several main roads.
Speed limit and vehicle overtaking and set of vehicles for the transport of goods (over 7.5 tonnes), vehicles for transport of persons and vehicles of hazardous materials.
In Val d’Oise, this measurement relates to the following routes: A1, A15, A115, A104, A16, A3, RN 1, RN 104, RN 184 RD 317 (from the RN to the RN 104 2) RD 902A ( from RD 317 to the airport in Paris / A1).
Other roads involved
Other roads in the area which are also concerned by these restrictive measures:
RD 14 from junction 13 to Puiseux-Pontoise (Saint-Clair-sur-Epte)
RD 301 (department of boundary with Seine-Saint-Denis)
RD 316 (department of boundary with the Oise)
RD 317 (department of boundary with the Oise)
RD-170, Beep west to section 2 × 2 channels
Bip RD-170 is the section into 2 × 2-way
RD311 “Seine quays” Argenteuil and Bezons.
For more information on the evolution of the weather in the Val-d’Oise.