The collaboration between 1000 Miglia and the Waze navigation app is renewed for the fourth year. Volunteers will take care of inserting all road closures on the virtual map, in order to support users during their travels
As many as 415 cars produced between 1927 and 1957 will compete until Saturday along a path that will take them from the heart of Brescia to Rome via the Adriatic and then again to the lioness of Italy along the Tyrrhenian coast. There are 1,600 kilometers that make up the most fascinating and famous regularity race in the world: the 1000 Miglia (in reference to the British imperial metric system, equivalent to approximately 1,600 km). Charm, history and tradition that require careful planning to be recalled, with consequent changes to the ordinary road system. As a mobility partner, for the fourth consecutive year, the Waze app will guarantee traveling drivers continuous updates on the status of the race, reporting closures and suggesting the fastest route to avoid running into the passage of the caravan. The 1000 Miglia is an opportunity for many enthusiasts to meet and gather; Waze’s support is therefore a great help to minimize the traffic flow near the event, already heavily stressed by the daily city traffic.
Intervention of volunteers
Real-time reports and updates from volunteers will allow the application to offer a precise and punctual navigation service in reporting closures and alternative routes. Furthermore, all the roads closed to traffic with the timetables of the traffic restrictions have already been entered on the application site. The first stage starts as always from Brescia with arrival at Cervia-Milano Marittima. At dawn on Thursday 16 June the caravan will resume its journey until it reaches Rome, from here on Friday 17 the ascent passing through Siena and stopping for the night in Parma. Saturday 18 June the last stage with lunch at the Monza racetrack and arrival in Brescia at 4.30 pm.
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