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Opening the fence

We can see one another, we can hear one another, but actually going to the other side, where the other half of the ITER staff is hosted, takes about seven kilometres in the car ...

Not exactly practical, which is why there is a lot of activity currently going on around the CEA fence, where a pedestrian gate is being installed to reconnect the ITER entities on both sides of the fence.

The pedestrian gate is planned to be operational from 5 January 2009 onwards.

Going through that gate requires your CEA badge to be reprogrammed. This reprogramming can be done at the CEA main entrance as from Thursday 11 December.

So don't forget that little stop-over at the CEA later this week, if you want to be able to stroll instead of drive to your colleagues at the other side of the gate.

IMPORTANT NOTE: the pedestrian gate will be open every day from 7.30 to 19.30. The gate is operated remotely by the CEA Command & Control Room so make sure you are on the "right" side of the gate by 19.30 as it will be impossible to cross the border after that.

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