2023 Author: Eric Donovan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-21 15:44
The traffic will remain manageable on the weekend of May 23rd to 25th. However, more and more motorway construction sites will lead to traffic jams.
The journey into the coming weekend will mostly be able to be completed without traffic jams. The ADAC expects little traffic, but this can come to a standstill at around 300 motorway construction sites. The main routes are particularly affected, but the subordinate connections are also being worked on. You have to be prepared for slow-moving traffic on the following routes:
• A 1 Cologne - Dortmund - Münster and Hamburg - Lübeck
• A 3 Nuremberg - Würzburg - Frankfurt - Cologne
• A 4 Aachen - Cologne and Erfurt - Chemnitz
• A 5 Heidelberg - Darmstadt - Frankfurt
• A 7 Ulm - Würzburg
• A 7 Kassel - Hamburg - Flensburg
• A 8 Karlsruhe - Stuttgart - Munich - Salzburg
• A 9 Munich - Nuremberg - Halle / Leipzig
• A 13 Dresden - Schönefelder Kreuz
• A 23 Hamburg - Heide
• A 24 Hamburg - Schwerin
• A 27 Walsrode - Bremen - Bremerhaven
• A 31 Meppen - Leer
• A 45 Gießen - Hagen
• A 61 Ludwigshafen - Koblenz
• A 93 Kiefersfelden - Rosenheim
• A 95 Munich - Garmisch-Partenkirchen
In neighboring countries there is just as much construction going on. In Austria, for example, the west autobahn A 1, the south autobahn A 2 and the east autobahn A 4 slow down the flow of traffic. In Switzerland this applies to the Gotthard route and the A1 between St. Gallen and Zurich.
In addition, the number of day-trippers who jet into the Alps by car or motorcycle is increasing. Some Alpine passes are already open to traffic again, while others will not be raised until June.
To get to your destination quickly, click on the traffic jam indicator on the Autogazette before starting your journey, which displays all traffic jams on the German autobahns and updates every five minutes. (AG)