2023 Author: Eric Donovan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-21 15:44
On the second weekend in Advent, the traffic on the highways will continue without major interruptions. In contrast, local public transport should be preferred in city centers.
The weekend of December 7th to 9th will be relatively free of traffic jams on German highways. Despite numerous construction sites, the ADAC does not expect any major traffic obstacles. However, the vehicle should be fully suitable for winter, as snow and ice could slow down traffic. It could get full on the following routes:
• A 1 Cologne - Dortmund and Osnabrück - Bremen
• A 3 Frankfurt - Cologne
• A 4 Erfurt - Chemnitz
• A 5 Basel - Karlsruhe and Heidelberg - Darmstadt
• A 6 Saarbrücken - Kaiserslautern and Mannheim - Nuremberg
• A 7 Ulm - Würzburg and Kassel - Hanover
• A 8 Karlsruhe - Stuttgart - Munich
• A 14 Leipzig - Nossen
• A 45 Hagen - Giessen
• A 61 Hockenheim - Speyer
• A 93 Rosenheim - Kiefersfelden
While the traffic on the autobahns will roll quickly, the traffic club expects a rush to the inner cities. More and more Christmas markets beckon. Since parking spaces are usually scarce, the ADAC recommends switching to public transport, so that the mulled wine can also be better enjoyed without any consequences under traffic law.
To avoid traffic jams on German autobahns, click on the traffic jam indicator on the Autogazette before starting your journey, which displays all traffic jams on the autobahns. (AG)