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Post by martyn94 » Mon 21 Sep 2015 17:46

A big chunk got washed away at the level of Lodève the other day. It was said to take a few weeks to fix. I would normally be going that way in a few days. Can you work round it? Is it worth the effort?

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Post by Helen » Mon 21 Sep 2015 19:54

Looks like it's October 10th before it's back to business as usual

http://www.centrepresseaveyron.fr/2015/ ... 972863.php

Going south-north looks less complicated than the other way.

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Post by Sue » Mon 21 Sep 2015 21:55

Highway A75 Cut in both directions of traffic to the south of lodève.
Deviation Mandatory between exits 52 and 54 by lodève on approximately 10 km.
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Post by Gus Morris » Sun 27 Sep 2015 10:33

Northbound functioning normally. HGVs are using it. Southbound is diverted off the autoroute just south of Lodeve and a kilometer or so before "the hole". They've opened up a gap and the traffic joins the old N9 via a temporary roundabout. Works fine and no holdups when we were there earlier in the week.

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Post by martyn94 » Sun 27 Sep 2015 15:23

Gus Morris wrote:Northbound functioning normally. HGVs are using it. Southbound is diverted off the autoroute just south of Lodeve and a kilometer or so before "the hole". They've opened up a gap and the traffic joins the old N9 via a temporary roundabout. Works fine and no holdups when we were there earlier in the week.

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