While the clock is running and each time is less for the beginning of megafinal between River and Boca to the Copa Libertadores, schedule & # 39; cutting & # 39; this Saturday at the Monumental stadium area has already started.
From 8: 00 am to 9:00 pm, Del Libertador Avenue between Monroe and Udaondo is closed to traffic; Udaondo between Libertador and Lugones; Figueroa Alcorta and Monroe between Udaondo; and Monroe between Libertador and Figueroa Alcorta.
After – game, is also expected to – Obelisk is painted blue and yellow or red and white, and thousands and thousands of & # 39; fans fill the streets of the city to celebrate the consecration of the most anticipated in the Copa Libertadores.
For that reason, the Government & # 39; Buenos Aires decided to allow the festivities at the Obelisk and delimiting an area of & # 39; traffic restrictions that will include a rectangle about 9 de Julio, delimited by avviji Belgrano, Callao, Cordoba and Paseo Colón / Alem.
The reduction in & # 39; the area will begin on 19 and will continue & # 39; continue until the holidays end.
Since the City Government also said that the cut perimeter can & # 39; magnified if the crowd exceeds whose estimated figures.
Here you can & # 39; only you have access to foot and by public transport, mainly Metrobús of 9 & # 39; July.
HInchas de obelisco River celebrated in the achievement of the Copa Sudamericana in 2014.
"The decision allows the perimeter, you can & # 39; is extended by the number of & # 39; people are, was agreed by the Ministry authorities Transport and Transit City and Ministry of Justice and Security Buenos Aires' Government & # 39; & # 39 in Buenos Aires, declaration.
The supporters & # 39; Boca celebrate the emblematic monument & # 39; Buenos Aires achieving the Argentine championship in 2017.
Additionally, you & # 39; check the updated information at & # 39; real-time in applications / following social networks: BA As I get, Waze, Moovit, @APTTA_ (official account & # 39; traffic reporters ), Twitter and Twitter BA BA Transit Mobility.