Gigi D'Alessio, singer-songwriter loved by all Naples, will perform in a series of concerts in Piazza del Plebiscito, the beating heart of the city. This extraordinary event will require some temporary changes to road traffic, which we have summarized for you in this article.
Here's everything you need to know to get around the city during the concert season.
This post in brief
Why the changes to the Circulation?
High-profile events such as concerts by Gigi D'Alessio they require meticulous organization, especially with regards to traffic management and participant safety.
These temporary changes to the circulation will help reduce vehicular traffic in certain areas, facilitate access to emergency services and ensure that the event can run as safe and enjoyable as possible.
What changes from May 26th to June 3rd
The traffic changes will go into effect on concert daysThese are:
- May 26,
- May 27,
- May 28,
- June 2,
- 3 June
Starting from 12:00 of these days, various restrictions on circulation will be applied in Piazza Plebiscito and in the surrounding streets.
Transit and Parking Rules
- In some areas, such as Piazza del Plebiscito, Via San Carlo and Piazza Trieste e Trento, will be imposed a prohibition of transit and vehicular parking. Illegally parked vehicles may be forcibly towed away.
- The ban on transit also extends to Via Solitaria, Piazzetta Salazar and Rampe Paggeria, with the exception of residents' vehicles, vehicles with the "H" sign and emergency vehicles, which will be able to circulate in an alternating one-way direction.
March Direction Changes
- It will be set up a unique way of circulation in Piazza Carolina and Via Chiaia, while vehicles coming from Via Carlo de Cesare must necessarily turn left onto Via Toledo.
Parking Suspensions and Transport Services
- The areas reserved for taxi stops in Via San Carlo and Piazza Carolina will be temporarily suspended, as well as the public transport stops in Via San Carlo.
- Also, from May 26 to 28 and June 2 to 3, it will be stopping and parking are prohibited in various streets and squares of the city, including Piazza Trieste e Trento, Via San Carlo, Via Riccardo Filangieri di Candida Gonzaga and others.
How to move during the Restrictions
During the period of restrictions, we recommend using public transport, cycling or walking if possible.
Remember that the use of sustainable means will not only allow you to avoid the inconvenience of traffic, but will also contribute to to reduce the pollution and to make Naples a better place!