Тrucks Оver 12 Тonnes Will Be Banned From the Motorways and the Busiest Roads Tomorrow

Politics » DOMESTIC | February 28, 2019, Thursday // 17:18
Bulgaria: Тrucks Оver 12 Тonnes Will Be Banned From the Motorways and the Busiest Roads Tomorrow pixabay.com

On March 1, the last working day before the National Day of Bulgaria, trucks over 12 tonnes will be banned from the motorways and the busiest roads from 4 pm to 8 pm, the Road Infrastructure Agency said. The aim is to secure road safety and facilitate traffic.

The ban applies to:
- motorways;
- road I-1 Rebarkovo-Botevgrad, with traffic redirected to II-16 Rebarkovo-Svoge-Sofia’s ring road in the direction of Sofia;
- road I-1 between Blagoevgrad and Kulata border checkpoint;
- I-4 Koritna-Veliko Tarnovo-Shumen;
- I-5 Ruse-Veliko Tarnovo;
- I-8 Kalotina border checkpoint-Sofia;
- I-9 Varna-Burgas;
- II-18 Sofia ring road;
- II-99 Burgas-Tsarevo.

Heavy trucks will also be halted on the last holiday, March 4 (Monday), from 2 pm to 8 pm.

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