THE PARIS PERIPHERAL BOULEVARD
The Boulevard Périphérique (BP) encircles the city of Paris. It delimits Paris from the cities of the Parisian suburbs. This is commonly called: Peripheral.
In addition, on the luminous panels informing about accidents, traffic jams (heavy traffic), pollution, works, etc… it is written there: BP
BP -> A13 PLUGS
BP -> A14 10 MINUTES
This traffic lane was included in the master plan of the city of Paris in 1959.
Its construction began in 1956 to finish in 1973. In addition, it was inaugurated on April 25, 1973 by the Prime Minister Mr. Pierre MESSMER [fr.wikipedia.org].
Unfortunately, its construction has erased the sites of the old Fortifications of the City of Paris [www.paris-unplugged.fr] which have been mostly destroyed. There are still some vestiges of the past, but very few have survived this change.
The BP with 2 directions of circulation often separated by a solid ground. They are named:
Interior Peripheral Boulevard (it borders the city of Paris directly.) Circulation is clockwise.
External Peripheral Boulevard (it borders the cities of the Parisian suburbs as well as the two woods: Bois de Boulogne and Bois de Vincennes). Circulation is in the counterclockwise direction (if you prefer, it is anticlockwise or clockwise).
In addition, it is given the 4 cardinal points. This is for finding your bearings and choosing the right directions. These points are named:
The Peripherique Nord (Porte de la Chapelle towards the A1 motorway)
The southern ring road (Porte Gentilly / d'Italie from towards the A6a and A6b motorways)
The West ring road (Porte Maillot to the A13 motorway)
The Peripherique Est (Porte de Bagnolet towards the A4 motorway)
For each quarter, there are several exits / entrances from the ring road to Paris and the Suburbs and vice versa.
Example: Between the Western Peripheral and the Northern Peripheral, there is for example the Porte de Passy, the Porte de la Muette, the Porte Maillot …
To place this exchanger, I advise you to level your ground. In addition, it may be useful to have some additional mods that I have sometimes used like the ones below:
Move It! (from Quboid) allowed me to replace the roads with pls close to the others.
Fine Road Anarchy (by Klyde45) allowed me to consolidate certain portions.
Framework [http // Framework] (from Klyte45) is used with Klyte45 mods to have it in my language. In addition, it is a complementary mod among others.
Prop & Tree Anarchy (from BloodyPenguin) which sometimes allowed me to add some props and trees.
Parallel Road Tool (from S__T) which helped me a lot with parallel routes.
Modern Lighting Pack (from GCVos) which allowed me to change the street lamps and / or the trees.
Some exchangers have all the mods while others use only a few.
It's up to you if you want to have them. I believe that it is not necessary to use them but I will not be able to confirm it to you since on my side they are all active.
Finally, I use several routes from various universes of Cities Skylines such as for example:
DLC Mass Transit,
DLC After Dark,
Sunset Harbor DLC,
I advise you to have the DLC to avoid any problems.
Here are the accesses of the BP of Porte d'Aubervilliers which breaks down as follows:
1 output from the external device,
1 output from the Inner Device,
1 interior peripheral input,
1 entrance to the external device.
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Other exchangers and new products:
The BP of Paris and its Suburbs as well as the latest achievements of it in direct access from all interchanges by clicking here.
PROJECT – Les Maréchaux:
Porte Maillot – coming soon…
Coming soon after BP. There may be assets to download for the tram. / Coming soon after the Ring Road. Under construction and maybe to download some asset for the Tramway. I'm not yet sure about that.
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