The Dolce Via is a soft track meaning priority is given to eco-friendly vehicles. Anyway it can also be used by motorised vehicles mainly residents. A few rules must therefore be respected to encourage mutual respect and guarantee conviviality between users.
- The route alternates between shared lanes and crosses the main road at certain points. Be careful at crossings!
- Do not park in the middle of the road. Stop on the side of the road or at rest/picnic areas.
- When cycling, keep your right as much as you can to facilitate crossing with other users.
- Warn of your arrival (bell is mandatory on bikes), slow down and keep a safe distance when overtaking or crossing other users.
- If you are in a group, don't take up the whole width of the lane and get in line.
- At certain times, the Dolce Via is very busy with cyclists and pedestrians.
> In summer, rush hour is from 9am to 4 pm. Traffic is counted all year long. The most important traffic is located in Les-Ollières-sur-Eyrieux. 2nd place is Saint-Laurent-du-Pape, then Saint-Prix and Saint-Julien-Boutières.
Safety charter on La Dolce Via
Road safety - Cycling, riding safely