AIn the coming weekend (19 to 21 July) motorists have to bring a lot of patience, because the traffic jam season is heading for its peak, predicts the ADAC. Apart from Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria are not only all federal states, but also almost all neighboring Germany started the summer holidays. jam at risk According to Auto Club Europa (ACE) are therefore both almost all north-south routes as well as the East-west routes,
Starting from Friday noon should the Filling highways, Only around 20 o'clock is expected to be relieved. At the Saturday takes the traffic in southern direction from morning to and intensifies until the early evening, Standstill on the highways threatens, In addition, from noon on Saturday and Sunday, the return journey traffic will be heading north.
Who can, should if possible start his journey early in the morning, in the evening or at nightadvises the ACE. Better, however, travelers are looking for an alternative start date during the week. Tuesday and Wednesday are the cheapest, according to the car clubs. Here are more anti-traffic tips from How To Cars, For a little relaxation that could Truck holiday driving ban contribute. This is in addition to the restrictions on Sundays and public holidays until the end of August, every Saturday from 7 to 20 clock.
The stevedores from A1 to A99:
The focal points of the jam weekend are Berlin, Hamburg, Rhine-Ruhr, Rhine-Main, Stuttgart and Munich as well as the Routes to and from the German coasts. On these routes motorists have to reckon with congestion:
• A1 Hamburg – Puttgarden and Lübeck – Hamburg – Bremen – Dortmund – Cologne; both directions
• A1, A2, A3 Cologne Ring
• A2 Dortmund – Hanover – Berlin; both directions
• A3 Cologne – Frankfurt / Main – Würzburg – Nuremberg – Passau: both directions
• A4 Kirchheimer Dreieck – Erfurt – Dresden; both directions
• A5 Hattenbacher Dreieck – Karlsruhe – Basel; both directions
• A6 Metz / Saarbrücken – Kaiserslautern and Kaiserslautern – Mannheim – Heilbronn – Nuremberg; both directions
• A7 Flensburg – Hamburg; both directions and Hamburg – Hannover – Würzburg – Ulm-Fussen / Reutte
• A8 Karlsruhe – Stuttgart – Munich – Salzburg; both directions
• A9 Munich – Nuremberg – Berlin; both directions
• A10 Berlin Ring
• A11 Berliner Ring – Triangle Uckermark
• A19 Dreieck Wittstock – Rostock
• A20 Lübeck – Rostock; both directions
• A23 Hamburg – Heide
• A24 Berlin – Dreieck Wittstock
• A40 Venlo – Duisburg – Essen; both directions
• A61 Mönchengladbach – Koblenz – Ludwigshafen; both directions
• A81 Heilbronn – Stuttgart – Singen; both directions
• A93 Kiefersfelden – Rosenheim; both directions
• A95 Munich – Garmisch-Partenkirchen; both directions
• A96 Munich – Lindau; both directions
• A99 bypass Munich
Also in Austria and in the Switzerland Motorists are better off on a lot of traffic and traffic jams, warn the car clubs. The traffic in the course of the summer holidays in Austria, together with the travelers from the north, put a strain on the traffic Transit routes in southern and eastern direction strong. foci are according to ACE the A10, the A12, the Fernpass and the Brenner motorway. The most likely to be on Friday from 13 clock and on Saturday between 10 and 18 clock to be going on. In addition there is the driving ban for cross-regional through traffic on some highways in Tyrol and Salzburg. For example, the exits between Hall and Zirl on the Inntalautobahn (A12) as well as at Patsch and at Gries am Brenner on the Brenner motorway (A13) not for through traffic be used, so the ACE. On Saturday and Sunday noon, the traffic in the north before the border crossings is likely to stagnate back to Germany. The infrastructure company ASFINAG provides information on waiting times.
Also in Switzerland The transit routes should fill up from the early Friday afternoon. Saturday, the congestion increases from the early morning and Sunday at noon. In front of the north and south portal of the Gotthard tunnel can sometimes be expected with more than two hours of waiting, the ACE. To evade the club recommends the waiting for an hour of the A13 on the San Bernardino road tunnel, although here too delays are to be expected. All in all, the ADAC advises people traveling abroad to obtain detailed information about the traffic regulations applicable there. Most European countries punish traffic offenses much sharper than Germany!