The red hurricane warning was lifted from 8 a.m. this Monday, February 21st. Reunion goes to the defense stage, while Hurricane Emnati moves. The coastal route was closed and the Silas and Salasi reopened. Gradually buses are operated. Update on road conditions.
The red hurricane warning has been lifted since 8 a.m. on Monday, February 21st. Reunion is now moving toward safety by activating awareness for heavy rain, storms, strong winds and submerged waves.
Hurricane Emnati is moving 390 km off our coast. However, the weather will be fair throughout the day.
Here is the point about the status of the road network.
At RN1 Route du Littoral, the road was closed to traffic until further notice following severe flooding. Work is underway to rehabilitate the hilly transport lanes. However, considering the persistence of strong swelling, reopening is not expected in the immediate future.
Truck convoys are arranged.
– La Possession / St. Denis direction 1pm and 3pm;
– 2pm and 4pm in the direction of St. Denis / La possession
As a reminder, traffic on RD41 Route de la Montagne is restricted to vehicles over 7.5t and over 10 meters.
RN5 Route de Silas reopened to modified traffic in certain sections for cleaning purposes.
On Salasi Road, traffic on the entire route was re-opened, re-opening to road traffic.
As for the bus networks, the lines are coming back into place. The Summer Network CIREST resumes its urban transport services throughout the region at 12 noon. Find out the status of the lines through the Facebook page and the Estival Network website.
The Yellow car network Spy on the routes of network lines across the island, allowing for a gradual resumption of services from 12 p.m. As the beach road closes, spacecraft will ply the RD 41 route de la Montagne between Saint-Denis and the harbor every hour.
From Saint-Denis bus station to Port Interchange Hub: 12:00 – 13:00 – 14:00 – 15:00 – 16:00 – 17:00 – 18:00 – 19:00
From Pchale d’Echanges du Port to St-Denis bus station: 12:00 – 13:00 – 14:00 – 15:00 – 16:00 – 17:00 – 18:00 – 19:00 Delays are expected on the D line. Plain operated by ZO line root des. Lines O1 / O2 / O3 and O4 end and depart from Pôle d’Echanges du Port.
The CITALIS Network Carry out a road network inventory in the CINOR area to allow services to resume from 10am. For more information: www.citalis.re and N ° vert: 0800 655 655 (free call from landline).
Restarting Alternéo and CARSUD networks Will be done gradually from 1pm today.
It is planned to inspect the road network by teams Car West To restart the network of regular lines from 10 am.
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