JOPTIMIZ: the platform that optimizes your travel during the 2024 Olympic Games

Numerous traffic restrictions are expected this summer. The JOPTIMIZ platform, piloted by the City of Paris, the Paris Prefecture of Police and the Ministry of Ecological Transition, will support professionals in their journeys to optimize logistics during the 2024 Olympic Games. This solution will facilitate smooth journeys and improve traffic flow management.

Increased security

The Olympic Games will be held from July 26 to August 11, 2024. The opening ceremony show will follow the course of the Seine for 6 kilometers. It will require special security arrangements.

To ensure the smooth running of the opening ceremony, two security perimeters will be set up around the river.

  • The anti-terrorist protection perimeter (SILT, in gray) will be activated continuously 8 days before the event. Only pedestrians will be allowed access, provided they have a digital pass or a suitable ticket or pass. Vehicle access will be prohibited.
  • There will also be no-motorized traffic zones (red) around the grey perimeter. In these zones, pedestrians will be able to circulate freely, but motorized traffic will be prohibited (except in rare cases).

A summary table of the different perimeters has been published on the Paris Police Prefecture website.


Facilitating the movement of professionals

The JOPTIMIZ platform was developed as part of the Everyday Urban Logistics for the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LUJOP) initiative. It comprises 4 tools, each with a different scope of action.


CirQliz makes it easier for law enforcement agencies to monitor professionals wishing to enter the blue zones of Paris Region's Olympic venues. It helps to keep traffic flowing, by reducing traffic congestion linked to checks. In concrete terms, professionals will be issued with a QR code valid for the entire duration of the Olympic Games. The code must be presented at the entrance to the blue zone.


Visualiz is an interactive map that helps you locate :

  • red and blue zones,
  • delivery areas,
  • reserved Olympic lanes,
  • hospitals and health centers.


Itinériz will soon be available. The tool will take account of traffic restrictions to calculate the best route in real time.


Numériz can be used by drivers of company vehicles to indicate when they are parked. It will also display available delivery spaces in a particular area. Companies will be able to register several vehicles via this professional account platform.


Anticipating where to go during the Games

The Olympic Games will be held at 35 competition venues, 25 of which are in the Paris Region.

For each competition venue, the following are available:

  • the test schedule,
  • public transport information,
  • planned disruptions and alternative routes,
  • traffic updates on airports, roads, bike transport and cycle paths,
  • an update on parking in each zone.

Links to this information are provided by the prefectures and regional transport operators.