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FAQs - Badia Works 2019

 

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

 

The reopening of the Ponte alla Badia gate will allow cars and other motor vehicles (including scooters) to reach the Badia Fiesolana driving down Via Salviati (exit through the new car park gate located in Via Salviati 3) and then up on the internal driveway.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The reopening of the Ponte alla Badia gate will allow cars and other motor vehicles (including scooters) to reach Villa Salviati driving down the internal driveway and then up on Via Salviati accessing the building through the new car park gate (Via Salviati 3) .

 

 

 

 

The new shuttle bus schedule, following the reopening of the Ponte alla Badia gate to cars and other motor vehicles, will enter into force on Friday 14 June.

Please note: shuttle bus stops in P3 car park and at the PAB gate will be restored as of 14 June.

 

 

Following the reopening of the Ponte alla Badia gate to cars and other motor vehicles (including scooters) the connecting road will be closed as of Friday 14 June.

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.
Following the reopening of the PAB gate, from Friday 14 June buses can access also P3 car park.

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 (use your EUI ID card to open)

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 in P1

Please be informed that from Friday 14 June the connecting road between Villa Schifanoia and the Badia cannot be accessed anymore by car or other motor vehicles (due to the reopening of the Ponte alla Badia gate)

Page last updated on 12 June 2019