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FAQs - Badia Works 2019

 

The following FAQs have been prepared to provide practical information to EUI members and users.

 

The closure to cars and other motor vehicles (including scooters) of the Ponte alla Badia gate at the beginning of Via de' Roccettini will entail driving from Via Salviati down to Via Faentina and then to Le Cure, in order to take Via Boccaccio up to the gate of the internal connecting road.

See map below for more details:

Map Villa Salviati to Badia

Please note: with the opening of the new car park in Villa Salviati (May 2019) car and vehicle access to Villa Salviati will undergo further modifications. Updated information will follow soon. 

 

 

 

 

 

The closure to cars and other motor vehicles (including scooters) of the Ponte alla Badia gate at the beginning of Via de' Roccettini will entail driving from the Badia upper car parks down to the Via Boccaccio 107 gate through the internal connecting road and then to Le Cure, in order to take Via Caracciolo and Via Faentina back to Salviati :  you can either enter the Via Faentina gate and drive up to Villa Salviati (ROUTE 1) or continue to Via Salviati, drive up the hill and enter through the Via Bolognese gate (ROUTE 2).

See map below for more details:

Map Badia to Villa Salviati

Please note: with the opening of the new car park in Villa Salviati (May 2019) car and vehicle access to Villa Salviati will undergo further modifications. Updated information will follow soon. 

 

 

 

 

 

The Via Boccaccio stretch between San Domenico and Villa Schifanoia is officially still closed to vehicles for safety and security reasons (wall falling hazard on both sides of the choke point): access is at the driver's own responsibility.

The shuttle bus schedule will undergo some modifications: the new timetable will be published on the shuttle webpage prior to 15 April. Due to the closure of the internal road from the PAB gate in Via de' Roccettini, the new shuttle route from the Badia to Villa Salviati/PAB/PDM will necessarily entail driving back from Le Cure, which will increase travel times leading to a slight reduction of available rides.

Please note: shuttle buses will no longer stop in P3 car park and at the PAB gate, but only on the church square (Badia main entrance).

 

 

The connecting road can be accessed by the gate located in Via Boccaccio 107, right before the Villa Schifanoia gate (Via Boccaccio 111) driving up from Le Cure. The gate will be left open during office hours (7.45-22.45) and two-way transit will be regulated by a traffic light.

 

A staircase will be built connecting the end of the footpath on P1 with P2 Car park, so that it will no longer be necessary to walk across P1 and P2 car parks to enter the Badia
No, the number of parking spaces will remain unchanged, but they will be properly marked, so as to allow a better use of available grounds.
Buses can only stop on the church square, access to P3 is not possible

Bike access will be possible either from the Ponte alla Badia gate (as usual) or from the gate located in Via Boccaccio 107 through the internal  road connecting Schifanoia and the Badia. This latter gate will be left open from 7.45 am to 10.45 pm: off hours access and access during EUI closures will be possible using your EUI ID card to open both gates.

The bike stalls in the P2 car park will be accessible until works start in this area: then provisional bike stalls will be made available at the end of the internal connecting road, before the intersection with the driveway from Ponte alla Badia.

No, the connecting road can be accessed by car or other motor vehicles from the Via Boccaccio 107 gate, without having to access Villa Schifanoia or the Villa Schifanoia car parks.

Page last updated on 09 April 2019