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Tramway du Havre The city and the metropolitan area has a dense transport network. This solves the problem of a break between the lower town and the upper town and the two parts of the city are connected by long boulevards, winding roads, many stairs, a funicular , and finally the Jenner tunnel.

The overhaul of the bus network in helped to ensure a better service for all the towns in the metropolitan area. The CTPO operates a bus network consisting of 19 regular urban routes and six evening routes called the "Midnight Bus". The first part of the line connects the beach to the station climbing to the upper town through a new tunnel near the Jenner tunnel then it splits into two: From , development work for Segregated cycle facilities have increased including a connection to the Greenway which promises to be an important network of quality.

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Finally, taxis work in Le Havre and serve 25 stations. Only the town hall and the Church of Saint Joseph m high were personally designed by Auguste Perret. The Notre Dame and Perrey neighbourhoods are mainly residential. Les Halles is one of the commercial hubs of the city. The Saint Francis neighborhood was also rebuilt after [ citation needed ] but in a radically different architectural style: This is the restaurant district and the fish market.

Neighbourhoods in the old centre of town[ edit ] The neighborhood of the church of Saint-Vincent extending toward the coast To the east and north of the rebuilt central city are a stretch of old neighbourhoods Danton, Saint-Vincent, Graville, Massillon, etc.

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The buildings, usually in brick, dated to the 19th and the first half of the 20th centuries. The shops are concentrated along several major roads in the Rond-Point neighbourhood. During the s and s, these neighborhoods have seen major redevelopments, particularly in the context of an OPAH: As the station is the gateway to the city with the main avenues intersecting here.

The bus station, certified NF since , has been refurbished. The southern districts[ edit ] Commercial area of the south side of the Vauban Docks in The southern districts of Le Havre are mainly used for industrial and port activities. There are buildings in brick from the 19th century, large developments Chicago, Les Neiges , worker estates, SMEs, warehouses, dock and port facilities, and transport infrastructure.

It is revitalizing areas neglected by industrial and port activities by developing tertiary activities. The City of the Sea and of Sustainable Development Odyssey 21 will be organized around a metal tower one hundred metres high designed by Jean Nouvel: The neighbourhoods on the "coast" the Dead Cliff are residential — more prosperous in the western part Les Ormeaux, Rue Felix Faure and more modest to the east St.

The Jenner tunnel passes under the "coast" and connects the upper town to the lower town. It is also on the coast that there are two fortifications of the city, Forts Sainte-Adresse and Tourneville, and the main cemetery Sainte-Marie cenetery.

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With the demise of the military functions of the city, the forts are gradually being converted: Fort Sainte-Adresse houses the Hanging Gardens and Fort Tourneville hosted the Tetris project in — an axis of contemporary music with concert halls and rehearsal studios.

These are large housing estates in Caucriauville, Bois de Bleville, Mont-Gaillard, and Mare-rouge where a disadvantaged population is concentrated. It allows the demolition and rebuilding of more than 1, homes.

However it explains why the complementary determinant -de-Grace was not restored. It should be noted that the chapel faced the Chapel Notre Dame de Grace of Honfleur across the estuary.

It is generally considered a loan from Middle Dutch from the 12th century. New research however focuses on the fact that the term was attested very early 12th century and in Norman texts in the forms Hable, hafne, havene, havne, and haule makes a Dutch origin unlikely.