The ballet of tow trucks from the pound began to make way for the sellers of chrysanthemums. Don’t get tricked!
Attention impound! Stunned people who are used to parking near the cemeteries of Toulouse, Saint-Cyprien or Terre-Cabade-Salonika, should watch the road signs.
As always with the approach of All Saints’ Day, access to the neighboring streets is very regulated or even prohibited and parking banned. Since yesterday, the ballet of towing vehicles began by removing bothersome vehicles, which did not comply with municipal injunctions, as soon as possible. Never very pleasant …
A shuttle bus is available between Jolimont and Cornebarrieu
The idea is to reserve space for chrysanthemum sellers and avoid the traffic jams that swear with the usual tranquility of the place. In short, if you want to come and flower the graves of your loved ones, this weekend, you will have to leave your car at a distance and walk a little. But there is also the public transport solution.
Indeed, the Tisséo control room is offering a shuttle service to the Terre-Cabade and Cornebarrieu cemeteries from today Friday and until Monday, November 1. As a bonus, the shuttle will also operate exceptionally on Sunday. With departures at 9.50 a.m. and 1.30 p.m. from Jolimont (metro line A) and at 11.30 a.m. and 3.30 p.m. from Cornebarrieu for a journey of around 36 minutes which passes through the station to Marengo, Jean- Jaurès, Joan of Arc and the Ponts-Jumeaux.
Note that the Terre Cabade cemetery is also served by line 23 (Assalit stop) and the Salonika cemetery by line 37 (Soupetard Salonique stop). On these two lines, the “Sunday and public holiday” timetables will apply on All Saints’ Day.