Messina, curbs also in via Cesare Battisti. Road measures in force until September 22nd


By John

New curbs coming soon. And who knows if these too will be accompanied by controversies and endless social debates. This time the infamous yellow elements will make their appearance in via Cesare Battisti, in the stretch between via Garibaldi and via Tommaso Cannizzaro. Here too, as in the case of Corso Cavour, the curbs will delimit the already existing preferential lanes: the one reserved for bicycles and the one for buses. And here too, as in the case of Corso Cavour, according to the project the individual lanes of the road (one of those where the double row is most abused) will maintain their original dimensions in width: 2 meters for the parking spaces, 2.75 meters for the two lanes reserved for cars, 3.50 meters for buses and 1.50 meters for bicycles.

In this context, which also includes the restoration of pedestrian crossings, the Municipality informs that for just over a week (until Friday 22nd) some road measures will be in force. In particular, the ban on transit in the cycle lane and in the preferential lane of via Cesare Battisti, north-south direction, where barriers and road signs will be placed.
From 8.30pm today to 7am tomorrow, and from 8.30pm tomorrow to 7am on Saturday, however, there will be a parking ban, with a forced towing area, on the east side of Via Battisti, again in the stretch between Via Garibaldi and Via Cannizzaro, for sections of 10 meters in length, at each pedestrian crossing.