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2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games – Zones and traffic restrictions

Date de publication

30 January 2024

Drapeux JO 2024 Paris avec fond Tour Eiffel

Our country has the honor of hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games this year. These events will be governed by extraordinary organizational and security measures with direct impacts on our activities.


  • Traffic disruptions BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER the events

The Olympic Games will be held from Friday July 26 to Sunday August 11, 2024 followed, from August 28 to September 8, 2024, by the Paralympic Games. However, traffic disruptions will begin in March 2024 with the assembly of the numerous structures and the organization of the opening ceremony. They will also continue until October with the gradual release of spaces.



  • Implementation of security perimeters and access restrictions


Safety zones will surround each event / Olympic venue / road event.



These security zones are classified in 3 colors. Depending on the color of these perimeters, access restrictions apply to “vehicles of logistics players”:


Zones and traffic restrictions during JO 2024 in Paris

We will keep you informed as soon as additional information is provided by the organizing services.

Our teams remain attentive to your needs and will be mobilized to provide you with solutions on a case-by-case basis.


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