2023 Author: Eric Donovan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-21 15:44
Germany's drivers have to be prepared for a lot of traffic jams at Whitsun. The ADAC traffic jam forecast predicted traffic disruptions, especially in the south.
With a lot of patience, Germany's drivers have to set out on the weekend during the Whitsun holidays. According to the ADAC traffic jam forecast, long traffic jams are inevitable.
The two-week Whitsun holidays begin in Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria, there is one week in Saxony-Anhalt and in Bremen, Lower Saxony, Thuringia
and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania families will use a long weekend until Tuesday for a short vacation. It will be slow, especially on the southern German autobahns.
The ADAC predicts the greatest volume of traffic to be expected on Friday afternoon and Saturday. Return traffic is
expected again on Whit Monday. The following routes will be the most heavily used:
A 1 / A 7 Greater Hamburg
A 1 Cologne - Bremen - Hamburg - Lübeck
A 2 Dortmund - Hanover
A 3 Frankfurt - Würzburg - Nuremberg
A 5 Karlsruhe - Basel
A 6 Mannheim - Heilbronn - Nuremberg
A 7 Hamburg - Hanover - Kassel and Würzburg - Füssen
A 8 Karlsruhe - Stuttgart - Munich - Salzburg
A 9 Nuremberg - Munich
A 10 Berliner Ring
A 19 Wittstock - Rostock
A 24 Berlin - Wittstock
A 81 Stuttgart - Singen
A 93 Inntaldreieck - Kufstein
A 99 Munich bypass
The traffic conditions will not look much better abroad either, there the wave of Whitsun travel will also cause disruption. In Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Slovenia and Croatia you have to be prepared for compulsory breaks on all major motorways. In front of the alpine tunnels you should plan for waiting times through block processing.
The best way to avoid the traffic jam is provided by the constantly updated traffic jam indicator on the Autogazette. Click here for the traffic jam indicator for the Autogazette