Marseille: rue d’Aubagne will be reopened to pedestrians next week, two years after the collapse that left eight people dead

Marseille: rue d’Aubagne will be reopened to pedestrians next week, two years after the collapse that left eight people dead

The precise date of this reopening is not yet known.

Rue d'Aubagne in Marseille on April 04, 2020 (GEORGES ROBERT / PHOTOPQR / LA PROVENCE / MAXPPP)

The rue d’Aubagne in Marseille will be reopened next week to pedestrians, franceinfo learned Friday 23 October from the Marseille town hall. It was on this street that two buildings collapsed on November 5, 2018, causing the death of eight people.

This reopening announcement was made during the public meeting held this Friday evening on the future of the Noailles district and in the presence of residents and elected officials of the municipal majority. “Patrick Amico, deputy mayor of Marseille in charge of housing and the fight against substandard housing, announced the reopening of the top of rue d’Aubagne to pedestrian traffic, given the latest expertise”, confirmed the town hall.