From Tuesday 24 to Monday 7 June 2022 in Turin the shooting of “Fast X”, the tenth chapter of “Fast & Furious”

From Tuesday 24 to Mon Turin as a place of spectacular shots.

During the two weeks of work that will involve the city, exactly 10 days of shooting, it will be necessary to temporarily close some streets, squares and promenades for one or more days. “Sometimes the transit stop will be complete, sometimes with short closures repeating throughout the day for about ten minutes, and it can be for not only cars but also bicycles, scooters and pedestrians. when filming, other measures, such as a parking ban on the blue lines and the allocation of parking spaces for the means of production – including a helicopter – equipment and cranes used for filming, explains the municipality. there are also reserved for taxis, a narrowing of the lane along some streets in the city and the blocking of navigation on the River Po for several days between the footpath of Maratona and the Vittorio Emanuele I bridge. ‘

Summary of the days and areas involved

Throughout the period (from May 22 to June 7), it will be forbidden to park the following streets in the base parking lot of the means of production: Corso Federico Sclopis (all); Corso Massimo d’Azeglio (area in front of Nowy Teatr); Viale 1 ° Maggio (section viale Partigiani – Rondò Rivella); Via Nino Bixio (rest areas in Via Paolo Borsellino).

The area of ​​Crimea – Rijeka – Ponte Umberto I: from May 22 to May 28

Areas occupied by the means of production, and therefore without parking lots:

  • By Curtatone (all)
  • By Volturno (all)
  • Via Cosseria (all)
  • Via Casteggio (all)
  • Via Luciano Manara (all)
  • Via Mentana (river section – Largo Mentana)
  • Through Crimea (all)
  • Corso Moncalieri (episode Volturno – Sommacampagna)
  • They could also be occupied:
  • Via Bezzecca
  • Via Sommacampagna
  • Via Giovanni Lanza (episode Crimea – Monte dei Cappuccini)
  • Via Gaeta

Closed areas:

  • Crimean Square (from 22 to 24 May in total)
  • Via Crimea (from 22 to 24 May in total)
  • Via Bezzecca (from 22 to 24 May in total)
  • Corso Fiume (from 22 to 24 and from 26 to 28 May in total)
  • Corso Moncalieri (May 27), with detour to Corso Giovanni Lanza and Piazza Gran Madre di Dio
  • Ponte Umberto I (27 and 28 May)
  • Via Cosseria (section Fiume – Curtatone from 22 to 24 and from 26 to 28 May)
  • Via Casteggio (section Fiume – Curtatone from 22 to 24 and from 26 to 28 May)
  • Via Luciano Manara (river section – Volturno from 22 to 24 and from 26 to 28 May)
  • Via Mentana (section Fiume – Largo Mentana from 22 to 24 and from 26 to 28 May)

Murazzi Del Po area – Ponte Vittorio Emanuele I: Sunday 29 May and Monday 30 May

Areas occupied by the means of production, and therefore without parking lots:

  • Corso Cairoli (all streets facing west)
  • Piazza Gran Madre di Dio
  • Via Matteo Pescatore
  • Corso San Maurizio (access roads for the section Vanchiglia – Along Po Cadorna)
  • Along the Po Machiavelli (episode corso Regina Margherita – via Sineo)
  • Corso Regina Margherita (the southern intersection runs through Napione – Ponte)
  • Via Riccardo Sineo (stretches along Po Machiavelli – corso Regina Margherita)
  • Via Cesare Balbo (stretch along Po Machiavelli – via Napione)

Closed areas

  • Along the Po Cadorna (from 27 May)
  • Ponte Vittorio Emanuele I (29 and 30 May)
  • Piazza Vittorio Veneto (some partial closures on Monday 30 May)
  • Along the Po Diaz (May 29 and 30)
  • It will also be forbidden to access the Murazzi del Po Buscaglione and partly also Murazzi del Po Farassino, on foot or by bike and scooter.

Via Roma – Piazza CLN – San Carlo: Tuesday 31 May and Friday 3 June

Areas occupied by the means of production, and therefore without parking lots:

  • Piazza San Carlo (all)
  • Piazza Castello (pre-prefecture area)
  • Piazza Carlo Felice (all)

Closed areas

  • Via Principe Amedeo (from via Bogino) / Via Bertola (section Rome – September 20)
  • Via Giovanni Giolitti (from Via Bogino to San Carlo Square)
  • CLN Square (all)
  • Via Roma (Archbishop’s Section – CLN)
  • It will also be forbidden to enter Via Roma (San Carlo – Castello) and Piazza San Carlo on foot or on bicycles and scooters. Porticos will always be available.

Via Papacino area – Via Vittorio Amedeo II: Friday 3, Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 June

Areas occupied by the means of production, and therefore without parking lots:

  • Corso Giacomo Matteotti (all parking between Corso Galileo Ferraris and Corso Vinzaglio)
  • Corso Vinzaglio (all eastern side road between corso Matteotti and via Cernaia)
  • Via Ettore De Sonnaz (all)
  • Via Ottavio Revel (all)
  • Via Alessandro Vittorio Papacino (all)
  • Via Amedeo Avogadro (section Matteotti – Promis)
  • Via Vitaliano Donati (stretch Matteotti – Valfrè)
  • Via Vittorio Amedeo II (all)
  • Via Raimondo Montecuccoli (episode Galileo Ferraris – Vittorio Amedeo II)
  • Via Carlo Promis (section Montecuccoli – Matteotti)
  • Via Francesco Paciotto (episode Vinzaglio – Vittorio Amedeo II)
  • Via Davide Bertolotti (section Galileo Ferraris – Confienza)
  • Via San Quintino (section Vinzaglio – Galileo Ferraris)
  • Corso Galileo Ferraris (street on the west side of Matteotti – section Vittorio Emanuele II)

Closed areas

  • Via Alessandro Vittorio Papacino (all closed on June 3rd and 4th)
  • Via Vittorio Amedeo II (all, closed on June 4th and 5th)
  • Via San Quintino (Vinzaglio – Galileo Ferraris section, closed on June 4th)
  • In addition, there may also be temporary closures in all of the above-mentioned streets within three days.

Piazza IV Marzo area: Wednesday 1 and Monday 6 June

Areas closed and occupied by means of production, therefore parking prohibited:

  • Largo IV March
  • Via IV Marzo
  • Via Conte Verde
  • by Torquato Tasso
  • Via Giovanni Berchet
  • via Porta Palatina (section through the Basilica – via Cappel Verde)
  • via Palazzo di Città (June 6 only)
  • Piazza Palazzo di Città (June 6 only)
  • Corpus Domini Square (June 6 only)

They can also be temporarily closed, for a short time, via Milano (via della Basilica – via Corte d’Appello) and via Corte d’Appello (stretch Milan – Bellezia). A lot of preparatory stage work will also be carried out in this area, so there may be closure for a few hours during the day, in the morning, May 30 and 31, June 2, 3 and 4, and then for renovation from June 7 to 10.

River Po: from Thursday 26 May to Monday 30 May

Navigation on the River Po between the footpath of Marathon and the Vittorio Emanuele I Bridge will be prohibited on the following dates:
– May 26 and 27, 2022 from 6 to 13;
– May 28, 29 and 30, 2022 from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

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