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The week begins and in Paris and Île-de-France, it could be more complex. The farmers are indeed planning to block these places. They announced the establishment of eight blockade points in the region on January 29.
These will be found on various highways near the capital. “All the heavy roads leading to the capital will be occupied by farmers”recalled numerous farmer organizations (notably members of the FNSEA network and Young Farmers (JA)).
Here are the blocking points in question:
- A 1 – at the level of the Chennevières area
- A 4 – near Jossigny
- A 5 – near Ourdy
- A 6 – near Villabé
- At 10 – at Longivilliers
- A 13 – at the Buchelay toll
- A 15 – between the Gennevilliers bridge and the D 311
- A 16 – near the D 301 interchange at Isle-Adam
Extremely difficult traffic
Enough to make the authorities fear serious disruption. Gérald Darmanin thus feared, on January 28, traffic “extremely difficult in Île-de-France”. And the Minister of the Interior invited “the French and the road hauliers” to minimize their travel.
While farmers’ organizations “beginning a siege of the capital for an indefinite period”the executive wants to prevent tractors from investing “Paris and the big cities”. Hence the announced mobilization of 15,000 members of the police in the territory.
Let us recall, therefore, that the local branches of the FNSEA and the JA have promised “ramifications all over the region”. The prefectures of Lyon and Marseille also called on motorists to “defer any travel” using the main roads. Faced with this, maps can help you adapt your trips.
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To sum up
This Monday, January 29, farmers are planning the start of a siege of Paris. Many roads leading to the capital will be blocked in Île-de-France. The executive is taking measures to avoid a blockade of the capital and large cities like Lyon or Marseille.
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