La Roche-sur-Yon: everything you need to know about working on rue Salengro

La Roche-sur-Yon: everything you need to know about working on rue Salengro

Perspective of rue Salengro, at the level of the future roundabout, in front of Château du Plessis. ©Atelier Osmia/ Sophie Rey

Project from reconstruction of rue Salengrolocated in the south-west of the city, it is part of a larger urban project whose aim is to “requalify public space by offering quality facilities, respecting our natural spaces and in line with new ways of travelling”, explains the municipality.

New cycle path 750 meters

Rue Salengro (800 meters long) has more than 10,000 vehicles/day the main axis of the entrance to the city of La Roche-sur-Yon.

By the end of the month, it will benefit from a complete redevelopment, which will be guided by three objectives: improving the environment; strengthening commercial attractiveness and calming traffic.

This is mainly the establishment of a new 750-meter two-way bike path and provision of a parking space for bicycles.

of reservoirs in zone 30 (speed limit 30 km/h) will also be placed on the roadway at various points on the street to slow down vehicles.

The public transport services on the street will be preserved. The 65 parking spaces in total they will be preserved, but otherwise distributed.

Finally, sidewalks and roads will be completely redone just like everyone else sewing (water, electricity, optical fibers).

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39 trees planted in the street

In accordance with the expectations of residents and users, it will also strive for a minor mineral modification of the street and the reintroduction of plantations on the axis.

The city of La Roche-sur-Yon in a press release

39 trees and many shrubs and perennials will be planted along the street by the end of the works.

Work order and operation

The work will start in end of September 2022 and will continue until end of 2024.

The first stage of retraining is to create a roundabout at the intersection of rue Salengro and boulevards Lavoisier and Aragonear Château du Plessis.

From September 26, signs will be installed: traffic lights and lighting will give way to “Give way” signs.

This will be followed by the removal of the divider islands and the installation of a temporary roundabout. Although traffic will still be possible during the works, it is preferable to use the proposed detours.

From October 3rd a one-way street will be established from Château du Plessis to the city center.

Please note that there will be a second public meeting Thursday, October 6 at 7 p.m. in the center of the Pont-Morineau neighborhood.

This operation will cost the city, the agglomeration of La Roche-sur-Yon and the department of Vendée 5.5 million euros.

Next public meeting: Thursday, October 6 at 7 pm in the Pont-Morineau neighborhood center.

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