2023 Author: Eric Donovan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-21 15:44
Next weekend it will be full on the German highways again. In addition, trucks will be allowed to use the motorways again for the first time on Saturday.
The wave of travel will really get going again next Saturday. The school holidays in Bremen, Lower Saxony, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia and the north of the Netherlands are ending, so the ADAC expects heavy traffic from August 31 to September 2. According to the traffic club, it can get particularly tight on the following routes:
• A 1 Puttgarden - Lübeck - Bremen - Cologne
• A 2 Berlin - Hanover - Dortmund
• A 3 Nuremberg - Frankfurt - Cologne - Oberhausen
• A 4 Dresden - Erfurt - Kirchheimer Dreieck
• A 5 Basel - Karlsruhe - Frankfurt - Kassel
• A 7 Flensburg - Hamburg
• A 7 Füssen - Würzburg - Hanover - Hamburg
• A 8 Salzburg - Munich - Stuttgart - Karlsruhe
• A 9 Munich - Nuremberg - Berlin
• A 61 Ludwigshafen - Koblenz - Mönchengladbach
• A 93 Kufstein - Inntaldreieck
• A 99 Munich bypass
More time should also be allowed for on the motorways in neighboring countries. Traffic jams and slow-moving traffic are expected in Austria, Switzerland, Italy, France, Slovenia and Croatia.
In addition, the Saturday driving ban for heavy trucks on the motorways, which always had to take a break during the wedding of the summer travel wave, ends on September 1.
To avoid possible standstills, click on the traffic jam indicator on the Autogazette before starting your journey, which shows all traffic jams on German motorways and updates every five minutes. (AG)