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Conditional traffic and search to get to Marques: Measures whether Benfica is the champion – Benfica

The Public Security Police announced the streets to be closed and advised the use of public transportation

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The Public Security Police announced the actions that will be taken tomorrow if Benfica becomes a national champion. In any case, even before the Eagles start taking on Santa Clara, some traffic restrictions will be in place in the city of Lisbon.

The PSP announced, in a note issued on Friday, that road restrictions will apply at the following points: “The Entrecampos / Marquês de Pombal axis (which includes the cuts at the Rotunda de Entrecampos, Avenida da República, Praça Duque de Saldanha and Avenida Fontes Pereira de Melo) Praça-de-Spanha/Marquês de Pombal (Praça de Espanha and Avenida António Augusto Aguiar); Amoreiras/Marquês de Pombal Axis (Avenida Engenheiro Duarte Pacheco, which includes cutting and isolating the Marquês Tunnel and Rua Joaquim António de Aguiar); Restauradores / Marquês de Pombal (Praça dos Restauradores and Avenida da Liberdade).

In the same vein, an appeal has been made to use public transport, even if the Marquês de Pombal, Parque and Picoas metro stations are planned to be closed from 4.30pm. The security forces also announced the access points to reach the Marquês de Pombal, which will be the main point of celebration for Benfica fans, after the match ends at the Estádio da Luz. But, to get to this part of town, supporters will have to do careful research, the PSP warned.

The access points that fans can use to get to Marquês are the intersections between Avenida Fontes Pereira de Melo and Rua Tomás Ribeiro, the intersection between Avenida Fontes Pereira de Melo and Rua Martens Ferrão, Rua Braamcamp, at the intersection from Avenida da Liberdade to Rua Alexandre Herculano, from Avenida Joaquim António Aguiar to Rua Castilho and Avenida Duque de Loulé to Rua Eça de Queiroz.

by Walter Marquis


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