The Eurovia Aix-en-Provence division is optimising the roadworthiness of RD23E in Mallemort for the 2017 Tour de France cyclists who will race here on July 21 as part of the third-last and crucially important 19th stage of the event, a 222.5-kilometre stretch from Embrun to Salon-de-Provence.
Today, the final stage of the 2017 Tour de France will be held between Montgeron and the Champs-Élysées.
The racers will leave from the renowned Réveil Matin roundabout in Montgeron. This site, like departmental routes RD31 (Montgeron) and RD117 (Villemoisson-sur-Orge) – which are also part of today’s stage of the race – was refurbished in June by STRF.
It is worth noting that this site is a historic and prestigious location since it was the starting point of first stage of the very first Tour de France in 1903.
In June 2017, teams from the EJL division in Vitry worked in rue du Bac in Ablon-sur-Seine to refurbish roadways for the final stage of the 2017 Tour de France between Montgeron and the Champs-Élysées.
Eurovia has acquired the Latvian company Saldus Celinieks.
Saldus Celinieks is a company based in the south of Latvia specialising in road construction, extraction of aggregates and asphalt production.
Eurovia has been informed that frauds and scams have been attempted in Europe, particularly involving the misuse of its identity, the identity of one or other of its affiliated companies and even the identity of one of its employees.