The Ile-de-France roads department (Dirif) announced on Friday April 19 that it had decided to completely close a portion of the A13 motorway after detecting “infrastructure problems on the roadway between the viaduct and the Saint-Cloud tunnel. The two directions of traffic between the Paris ring road and the town of Vaucresson (Hauts-de-Seine), at the A86 duplex, are no longer accessible to vehicles.

The Hauts-de-Seine prefecture announced, early in the evening, that the highway would remain closed between Paris and Vaucresson, in both directions, until Monday inclusive. “Depending on the results of this monitoring, a reopening of the A13 could be considered during next week,” she said. Information will be communicated at the end of Monday on the evolution of the situation.

“It is necessary to analyze this problem in order to determine the work to be carried out and then estimate when traffic can be restored,” Dirif wrote in an alert broadcast on the real-time traffic consultation platform Sytadin, before to issue advice to motorists: “If possible, postpone your trips or avoid the area. »

Alternative solutions are proposed by the organization to avoid this transition: