Share11 November 2019At the first real autumn rainy day that falls uninterruptedly on the city this morning, Rome finds itself in chaos, between flooded streets and obstructed gutters that are causing long car traffic jams and disruptions on the entire public transport network.
At the moment there are long queues on the East Bypass, in the stretch between Viale Castrense and the exit for the A24, due to the closure of a tunnel due to flooding.
The simultaneous closure of the East Bypass between via Pineta Sacchetti and via Mario Fani and of the Galleria Giovanni XXIII, is creating numerous traffic disruptions. Slowdowns are also reported on Via Trionfale, between the Giovanni XXIII Gallery and the S. Filippo Neri Hospital and then on the urban section of the A24 between via dei Fiorentini and via Togliatti.
On the Viale Olimpico, near Largo Ferraris IV, traffic is slowed due to the presence of trees on the roadway. While between Temistocle Calzecchi Onesti, near Via Tullio Levi Civita, delays are underway due to a flood in the direction of Viale Ferdinando Baldelli. Disruptions also on the Metro A. Like last week, even today for 3 hours the Manzoni station is closed due to a technical failure while in San Giovanni, the interchange node with the metro C, the station was partially closed for about 1 hour.