Work started on the Lungotevere cycle lane

Work has started on the Lungotevere for the new Luisa di Savoia – Ponte Milvio cycle lane designed by Roma Servizi per la Mobilità technicians and is expected to last for only 30 days. The total investment is 42,220 Euros, while the 3.3 kilometre route will run along the left bank of the Tiber, between via Luisa di Savoia (junction with Lungotevere Arnaldo da Brescia) and Ponte Milvio. Viability will be one way to the north up to Piazza Cardinal Consalvi. The cycle lane will be protected, as most of it will be between the sidewalk and the road, with cars parked in parallel protecting the cycle lane itself.

As part of the work, the pedestrian crossings and disabled parking spaces will also be reorganised. The “Luisa di Savoia-Ponte Milvio” cycle lane is part of a plan for the construction of 150 kilometres of temporary cycle lanes, implemented by the Campidolgio immediately after the lockdown caused by the Coronavirus emergency.