2023 Author: Eric Donovan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-21 15:44
In three other federal states, the holidays will come to an end this weekend. In addition to late vacationers, trucks are again on the German highways on Saturday.
On the weekend of September 4th to 6th, the highways will be full again. In Hesse, Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland, the holidays end and numerous vacationers are returning home. These meet late vacationers on the motorways and country roads who are now starting their vacation. In addition, trucks are on the road again on Saturday, as the truck holiday driving ban has expired, as the ADAC announced. The Verkehrsclub therefore expects an increased risk of congestion on the following routes:
• All trunk roads to the North Sea and Baltic Sea and in the opposite direction
• A 1 Puttgarden - Hamburg - Bremen - Dortmund - Cologne
• A 3 Passau - Nuremberg - Frankfurt - Cologne - Oberhausen
• A 5 Basel - Karlsruhe - Frankfurt - Hattenbacher Dreieck
• A 7 Flensburg - Hamburg
• A 7 Füssen / Reutte - Ulm - Würzburg - Kassel - Hamburg - Flensburg
• A 8 Salzburg - Munich - Stuttgart - Karlsruhe
• A 9 Munich - Nuremberg - Berlin
• A 93 Inntaldreieck - Kufstein
• A 95 / B 2 Munich - Garmisch- Partenkirchen
• A 96 Munich - Lindau
As there are currently around 450 construction sites on the autobahns, there can also be obstacles there, as can the A99 and A 10 bypasses around Munich and Berlin. Those returning home also have to be prepared for a high volume of traffic in neighboring countries. In addition, the Arlberg tunnel in Austria will be closed until November, and the Gotthard tunnel in Switzerland will be closed for several weeks on weekdays in the evenings and at night from next Monday.
To be prepared for traffic jams, click on the traffic jam indicator on the Autogazette before starting your journey, which updates every five minutes. (AG)