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Old June 29th, 2009, 02:09 AM   #761
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So I didn't see an organized, systematic analysis of what AT needs in terms of motorway development mostly.
I can only speak as a Romanian traveller who has bypassed the motorway system on few occasions recently, but this is what I found to be needed:


1. A wider motorway bypass of Wien.
From east to west. This should start at the A6/A4 interchange... follow west, south of the existing A4, reaching the A2/A3 interchange and finally reach A21 at Alland.
Of course, we may dream of this Wien extended bypass reaching A1 west of St. Polten, but that may be a bit too far fetched.

2. Immediately bring the route Innsbruck - Lochau to full motorway standards, including a direct motorway connection to Liechtenstein/Schweiz. I mean... wtf? no motorway connection to Switzerland?

3. The system north of Vienna to CZ... no comments needed.

What else? What do you guys think that the real motorway construction priorities of Austria are?
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Old June 29th, 2009, 02:19 AM   #762
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That´s funny, 2 motorways to Slovenia and 1 toHungary, but no motorway to Switzerland.
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Old June 29th, 2009, 10:03 AM   #763
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you don´t get it, it is great for Romania, (and for Bulgaria Ljulin motorway) that they work at night and Saturdays/ Sundays, but in Austria if the employer hires people to work at those times, he will still have to pay extra money, even if he uses different people that work only those shifts, law is law and even if you hire a person only to work at Saturdays and Sundays you will have to pay the extra money.
The law is the same in Bulgaria...
№ 94.ЙЙ/112 от 11.10.2004 г.

Съгласно чл. 6 от Наредбата за допълнителните и другите трудови възнаграждения за всеки отработен нощен час или за част от него между 22,00 и 6,00 ч. на работниците и служителите се заплаща допълнително трудово възнаграждение за нощен труд в размер, не по-малък от 0,072 лв.

Допълнителното трудово възнаграждение за нощния труд се заплаща за всеки отработен нощен час, независимо от начина за отчитане (изчисляване) на работното време (подневно или сумирано).

При подневно отчитане на работното време и при работа на смени, чиято нощна продължителност на работното време е по-малка от тази на дневното, трудовото възнаграждение, заработено по трудови норми, се увеличава с коефициент, равен на отношението между нормалната продължителност на дневното и нощното работно време (чл. 7, ал. 1 от наредбата).

При сумирано отчитане на работното време нощните часове се превръщат в дневни с коефициент, равен на отношението между нормалната продължителност на дневното и нощното работно време, установени за подневно отчитане на работното време за съответното работно място, а трудовото възнаграждение, заработено по трудови норми, се увеличава с коефициент, равен на отношението между часовете, получени след превръщането на нощните часове в дневни, и действително отработените часове през месеца или установения друг период (чл. 7, ал. 2 и 3 от наредбата).



Съгласно разпоредбата на чл. 150 от КТ (изм. ДВ, бр. 52 от 2004 г.), за положен извънреден труд се заплаща трудово възнаграждение в увеличен размер съгласно чл. 262, както следва:

Положеният извънреден труд се заплаща с увеличение, уговорено между работника или служителя и работодателя, но не по-малко от:

1. 50 на сто - за работа през работните дни;

2. 75 на сто - за работа през почивните дни;

3.100 на сто - за работа през дните на официалните празници;

4. 50 на сто - за работа при сумирано изчисляване на работното време.

Когато не е уговорено друго, увеличението се изчислява върху трудовото възнаграждение, определено с трудовия договор.

Let's end this endless off-topic.

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Old June 29th, 2009, 01:01 PM   #764
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If you post it here, you should have spent 10 min and translated it, do you think others can read cirillic?
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Old June 29th, 2009, 01:41 PM   #765
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If you post it here, you should have spent 10 min and translated it, do you think others can read cirillic?
i can read cirillic, but unfortunately i don't understand bulgarian.
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Old June 29th, 2009, 01:48 PM   #766
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That´s funny, 2 motorways to Slovenia and 1 toHungary, but no motorway to Switzerland.
one word Alps
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Old June 29th, 2009, 01:55 PM   #767
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there are more Alps between Austria and Italy, than to Switzerland!
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Old June 29th, 2009, 02:23 PM   #768
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It is/was more important for Austria to be connected with Süd Tirol than with SUI
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Old June 29th, 2009, 02:37 PM   #769
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was this a question ?!
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Old June 29th, 2009, 03:46 PM   #770
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one word Alps
The short section between A14 and the Swiss border was meant. There are no Alps there, but a bird paradise.
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Old July 7th, 2009, 07:35 PM   #771
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A13 Brenner Autobahn (see more pics, click above link)

Perhaps remove the border buildings and build a viaduct















Mautstelle Schönberg









Europabrücke






Little OT. Bergisel-Schanze.

Bergisel-Tunnel - 484 m




to be continued...
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Old July 7th, 2009, 07:41 PM   #772
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A12 Inntal Autobahn
Innsbruck-Amras - A/D border














Whiff of freshness (surface, rails)





ooh ... There is München (D)

Occasionally on the left side

And here without (D)

Ausfahrt, no Ausfahrt



Strange mileage. One red, one white, it is different.

Service station in the german side





Distinctive mark of the border. Limit to 100.



the end.
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Old July 7th, 2009, 08:34 PM   #773
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Great pictures!
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Old July 7th, 2009, 08:38 PM   #774
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Yes, the pics are awesome, awesome mountains.
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Old July 8th, 2009, 09:15 AM   #775
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Strange mileage. One red, one white, it is different.
Great pictures indeed!

This is not strange: The orange sign on the left is meant to been seen from the air, like helicopters (in case of traffic jams or accidents)
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Old July 8th, 2009, 11:01 AM   #776
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Thanks for clarifying. I didn't see something like this before. Don't look nice, but turn out to be practical. On German A93 Inntal also seen.

Only me wonders background color (white, red). They can be different. This is of some importance?

Does it apply mainly in wooded areas?
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Thanks for clarifying. I didn't see something like this before. Don't look nice, but turn out to be practical. On German A93 Inntal also seen.

Only me wonders background color (white, red). They can be different. This is of some importance?

Does it apply mainly in wooded areas?
No, in Austria they put these every 10 kms. The colour is orange, because it allows better visibility...
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Why is Salzburg signed in Graz, whereas Linz very rarely?
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Old July 8th, 2009, 09:20 PM   #779
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I don't like old Austrian signs, they creep me out
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Old July 10th, 2009, 05:35 PM   #780
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Yes, sometimes it´s really oldschool.. But though I don´t mind at all
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