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Old June 23rd, 2013, 06:46 AM   #5101
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Controlled demolition of the old Sinntalbrücke on the A7 (near Bad Brückenau / Bavaria).
(The impact of the collapsing bridge caused a 3.0 strong "earthquake". )

Old bridge:
Completed: 1967
Length: 770 m
Costs: 18 million DM

New bridge:
Completed: 2013
Length: 755 m
Costs: 60 million €uro



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Old June 24th, 2013, 11:25 PM   #5102
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Controlled demolition of the old Sinntalbrücke on the A7 (near Bad Brückenau / Bavaria).
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- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OyMmO61AGyA
- http://www.mainpost.de/regional/bad-...art764,7535900
- http://www.mainpost.de/regional/fran...rt1727,7539038
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Old June 24th, 2013, 11:27 PM   #5103
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Video from A10 AD Havelland (u/c):
- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wDpZiCA9B0 (A10-west to A24-north)
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Old June 25th, 2013, 01:25 AM   #5104
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Old June 25th, 2013, 05:53 AM   #5105
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Controlled demolition of the old Sinntalbrücke on the A7 (near Bad Brückenau / Bavaria).
(The impact of the collapsing bridge caused a 3.0 strong "earthquake". )

Old bridge:
Completed: 1967
Length: 770 m
Costs: 18 million DM

New bridge:
Completed: 2013
Length: 755 m
Costs: 60 million €uro



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Wow that escalated quickly
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Old June 25th, 2013, 03:05 PM   #5106
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The 2nd stage of the B3 Celle bypass will be opened on 20th June 2013 (source with pics of the strange oval roundabout).
The 2nd stage from AS Westercelle to AS Altencelle (3.2km; OSM) is u/c since June 2009 (plan approval procedure: May 2005 to March 2007; complaints have been rejected). It is equipped with 3 lanes.
The section was opened on schedule. The costs are 20.4 million €, see press release.

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Completion of B20 2+1 upgrade west of Furth im Wald will be on 19th June (OSM; 3.8km; 7.0 million €; plan approval order: June 2010; groundbreaking: February 2012 // completion of 1st phase: May 2011; 1.5km; 2.7 million €).
It was also opened on schedule. The costs are 6.7 million €, see press release.

I didn't know yet, that also a forth section will be upgraded to 2+1. The planning procedure is still in progress. The section runs from Kothmaißling to Satzdorf (OSM). I guess the widening doesn't include the Regen river viaduct. The next section is already 2+1, but it is planned to be upgraded to 2x2 (w/o hard shoulders).

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Groundbreaking for B183 Bad Liebenwerda bypass will be on 20th June (OSM; 5.2km; 29 million €; plan approval order: May 2012; completion: late 2017).
The groundbreaking ceremony took place, see press release. The completion was now announced for 2018.

The groundbreakding ceremony for the B249 Frieda bypass will be on 28th June (OSM; 2.2km; 5-6 million €; plan approval order: December 2010; complaints was canceled; project page).
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Old June 25th, 2013, 03:33 PM   #5107
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Several damages on Autobahns in south east Bavaria because of heat - one dead.

Well, that's common in Germany, e.g. on the A20 (but w/o dead person!).

It is a general problem on concrete roads. A speed limit of 80km/h was arranged precautionary on more than 200km in Bavaria, see press release (A3, A92 and A93, see map on 2nd page).
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Old June 25th, 2013, 03:58 PM   #5108
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A11 Kreuz Uckermark - Berlin

Some photos of Autobahn A11 from Kreuz Uckermark (A20) to Dreieck Schwanebeck (A10). The first part runs through a nature reserve, I think it's rather unlikely that such a route would be chosen today. Additionally, A11 is relatively far from most towns along the route.

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Old June 25th, 2013, 05:32 PM   #5109
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The plan approval order for the A7 widening between AS Bad Bramstedt und der AS Kaltenkirchen (2x3 lanes; OSM) was passed on 30th April 2013. The last plan approval procedure between AD Bordesholm (A215) and AD Hamburg-Northwest (section AS Quickborn to state border Schleswig-Holstein/Hamburg) will be finished soon (within the next few weeks). The 7 sections (about 64km) will be built as PPP from 2014 to 2018.
The plan approval order for 10.3km long section AS Quickborn to state border Schleswig-Holstein/Hamburg was passed on 22th May (OSM). The procedure was started in May 2010.
All plan approval orders for the PPP project (OSM) are passed now.

Links:
- Schleswig-Holstein project page
- Hamburg project page
- DEGES project page

Here some info about the further procedure (source with all presentations of the latest informative meeting (17th June 2013)):

Schedule for the PPP project, source (page 20):
- participation competition: December 2011 to July 2012
- 4 biddings: July 2013
- negotiating stage: November 2013 to February 2014
- BAFO (best and final order): spring 2014
- contract awarding: spring 2014
- Financial Close September 2014
- Start of construction: October 2014
- Completion: 2018/19

Schedule for the Hamburg sections (only the northern one is part of the PPP), source (page 7):
- Schnelsen section (PPP; 2x2 --> 2x3): 2011-13 (PFV); 2012 (PFB); 2014-18 (Bau); OSM
- Stellingen section (2x3 --> 2x4): 2010-12 (PFV); 2013 (PFB); 2014/15-19 (Bau); OSM
- Altona section (2x3 --> 2x4): 2014-15 (PFV); 2016/17 (PFB); 2019-22 (Bau); OSM

PFV = plan approval procedure
PFB = plan approval order
Bau = construction

Info about the A7 widening from Elbtunnel to future A26 on page 8: > click< (OSM; 2x3 --> 2x4).

All in all the entire A7 from AD Bordesholm to AS Hamburg-Heimfeld (81km) will be widened by 2 further lanes (except of the Elbtunnel). The northern 65.1km long section will be implemented as PPP.
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The widening will create havoc, especially the urban stretch south of AD Hamburg-Nordwest. But the end result is worth it.

Unfortunately there aren't any good alternate routes in the Hamburg area other than urban streets. The A1-A21 route is only interesting for long distance traffic but A21 is not completed and works are going on around Nettelsee as well (not to mention the very poor pavement condition south of Bad Segeberg).

Next time I'll go up to Denmark I want to try the A23-B77 route via Itzehoe - Rendsburg. So far I've only driven B77 from Rendsburg to Schleswig.

B4 appears like a good alternate route to A7 because it's straight, but it goes through a number of towns and ends rather unfortunate in the middle of Bad Bramsted (B4 goes through the center of town).
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Ranking of Autobahns with AADT 2010 higher than 100,000 vehicles/day

Rank; Road State Section AADT 2010 / heavy traffic number of lanes (future number of lanes according to BVWP 2003)

1. A100 BE AD Funkturm (A115) – AS Kurfürstendamm (12) 186100 / 6886 (3,7%) 3+3
2. A100 BE AS Kurfürstendamm (12) – AS Hohenzollerndamm (13) 171400 / 6685 (3,9%) 3+3
3. A3 NW AK Köln-Ost (A4) – AD Köln-Heumar (A4/A59) 166100 / 17607 (10,6%) 4+4
4. A100 BE AS Innsbrucker Platz (17) – AK Schöneberg (A103) 162900 / 6679 (4,1%) 3+3
5. A100 BE AS Hohenzollerndamm (13) – AS Schmargendorf (14) 159800 / 6392 (4%) 3+3
6. A3 NW AK Leverkusen (A1) – AS Leverkusen-Zentrum (24) 157600 / 16233 (10,3%) 3+3 (4+4 VB)
7. A3 NW AS Köln-Dellbrück (26) – AK Köln-Ost (A4) 157100 / 15867 (10,1%) 4+4
8. A100 BE AS Kaiserdamm-Süd (8) – AD Funkturm (A115) 151300 / 6960 (4,6%) 3+3
9. A3 HE AS F-Süd (51) – AK Offenbacher Kreuz (A661) 150700 / 24263 (16,1%) 4+4
10. A3 NW AS Leverkusen-Zentrum (24) – AS Köln-Mülheim (25) 150500 / 15502 (10,3%) 3+3 (4+4 VB)
11. A100 BE AS Alboinstraße (19) – AS Tempelhofer Damm (20) 149500 / 6130 (4,1%) 3+3
12. A3 NW AS Köln-Mülheim (25) – AS Köln-Dellbrück (26) 149100 / 15059 (10,1%) 4+4
13. A8 BW AD Leonberg (A81) – AS Leonberg-Ost (50) 147600 / 18598 (12,6%) 2+2+2+2
14. A8 BW AS Leonberg-Ost (50) – AK Stuttgart (A81/A831) 147600 / 18598 (12,6%) 4+3 (4+4 WB)
15. A100 BE AS Wexstraße (16) – AS Innsbrucker Platz (17) 147400 / 6486 (4,4%) 3+3
16. A9 BY AS Garching-Süd (71) – AK München-Nord (A99) 146200 / 13158 (9%) 4+4
17. A5 HE AS F-Niederrad (21) – AK Frankfurter Kreuz (A3) 145900 / 13277 (9,1%) 4+4 (TSF)
18. A100 BE AK Schöneberg (A103) – AS Alboinstraße (19) 145000 / 5800 (4%) 3+3
19. A100 BE AS Schmargendorf (14) – AS Detmolder Straße (15) 142700 / 6279 (4,4%) 3+3
20. A100 BE AS Kaiserdamm (7) – AS Kaiserdamm-Süd (8) 141400 / 6787 (4,8%) 3+3
21. A5 BW AS Karlsruhe-Mitte (45) – AD Karlsruhe (A8) 140100 / 20034 (14,3%) 3+3 (4+4 WB)
22. A100 BE AS Spandauer Damm (6) – AS Kaiserdamm (7) 139600 / 6701 (4,8%) 3+3
23. A100 BE AS Detmolder Straße (15) – AS Wexstraße (16) 138700 / 7629 (5,5%) 3+3
24. A5 HE AK Westkreuz Frankfurt (A648) – AS F-Westhafen (20) 138600 / 13583 (9,8%) 4+4 (2+4+4+2 VB)
25. A9 BY AS Garching-Nord (70) – AS Garching-Süd (71) 136800 / 12449 (9,1%) 4+4
26. A100 BE AS Tempelhofer Damm (20) – AS Oberlandstraße (21) 135200 / 5949 (4,4%) 3+3
27. A3 HE AK Frankfurter Kreuz (A5) – AS F-Süd (51) 135000 / 15930 (11,8%) 4+4
28. A7 HH AD Hamburg-Nordwest (A23) – AS Hamburg-Stellingen (26) 134300 / 14236 (10,6%) 3+3 (4+4 VB)
29. A66 HE AS F-Höchst (16) – AD Eschborner Dreieck (A648) 133200 / 4928 (3,7%) 4+4
30. A5 HE AK Frankfurter Kreuz (A3) – AS Zeppelinheim (23) 132700 / 13403 (10,1%) 2+3+3+2
31. A9 BY AS Eching (69) – AS Garching-Nord (70) 131800 / 12521 (9,5%) 4+4
32. A2 NI AS Hannover-Herrenhausen (42) – AD Hannover-West (A352) 129800 / 26998 (20,8%) 3+3 (4+4 WB)
33. A81 BW AS Ludwigsburg-Nord (15) – AS Ludwigsburg-Süd (16) 129300 / 12025 (9,3%) 3+3
34. A3 NW AS Leverkusen-Opladen (22) – AK Leverkusen (A1) 129200 / 13049 (10,1%) 3+3
35. A3 NW AS Mettmann (18) – AK Hilden (A46) 129000 / 13287 (10,3%) 3+3
36. A5 HE AS F-Westhafen (20) – AS F-Niederrad (21) 128400 / 12326 (9,6%) 4+4 (2+4+4+2 VB)
37. A8 BW AK Stuttgart (A81/A831) – AS Stuttgart-Möhringen (52a) 127700 / 14813 (11,6%) 3+3 (4+4 WB)
38. A3 NW AK Oberhausen-West (A42) – AS Oberhausen-Lirich (13) 127600 / 18247 (14,3%) 3+3
39. A5 BW AS Karlsruhe-Durlach (44) – AS Karlsruhe-Mitte (45) 126900 / 16243 (12,8%) 3+3 (4+4 WB)
40. A3 NW AS Oberhausen-Lirich (13) – AK Kaiserberg (A40) 126800 / 16611 (13,1%) 3+3
41. A3 HE AD Mönchhof-Dreieck (A67) – AS Kelsterbach (49) 126000 / 16380 (13%) 3+3 (TSF) (4+4 VB)
42. A81 BW AK Stuttgart (A831) – AS Sindelfingen-Ost (21) 125200 / 9390 (7,5%) 3+2 (3+3 VB)
43. A5 HE AS Zeppelinheim (23) – AS Langen/Mörfelden (24) 125100 / 12885 (10,3%) 4+4
44. A3 NW AK Ratingen-Ost (A44) – AS Mettmann (18) 124500 / 12575 (10,1%) 3+3
45. A100 BE AD Charlottenburg (A111) – AS Spandauer Damm (6) 122800 / 5649 (4,6%) 3+3
46. A3 NW AS Oberhausen-Holten (11) – AK Oberhausen-West (A42) 122700 / 19141 (15,6%) 3+3
47. A5 HE AK Bad Homburger Kreuz (A661) – AK Nordwestkreuz Frankfurt (A66) 122100 / 11966 (9,8%) 3+3 (TSF) (4+4 VB)
48. A99 BY AS Aschheim/Ismaning (14) – AS Kirchheim b. München (15) 121200 / 17695 (14,6%) 3+3 (TSF) (4+4 VB)
49. A5 HE AS Weiterstadt (25) – AD Darmstadt (A672) 120700 / 13036 (10,8%) 4+4
50. A4 NW AK Köln-Süd (A555) – AS Köln-Poll (13) 120500 / 12773 (10,6%) 3+3
51. A3 HE AK Offenbacher Kreuz (A661) – AS Obertshausen (53) 119700 / 13167 (11%) 3+3 (TSF) (4+4 VB)
52. A1 NW AK Leverkusen-West (A59) – AS Köln-Niehl (100) 119400 / 14089 (11,8%) 3+3
53. A9 BY AK Neufahrn (A92) – AS Eching (69) 119300 / 11334 (9,5%) 4+4
54. A3 NW AK Hilden (A46) – AS Solingen (20) 119200 / 12278 (10,3%) 3+3
55. A3 HE AS Obertshausen (53) – AS Hanau (54) 119200 / 13112 (11%) 3+3 (TSF) (4+4 VB)
56. A66 HE AS Kelkheim (15) – AS F-Höchst (16) 118700 / 5460 (4,6%) 3+3
57. A57 NW AS Köln-Longerich (28) – AS Köln-Bickendorf (29) 118500 / 2844 (2,4%) 2+2 (TSF)
58. A3 HE AS F-Flughafen (50) – AK Frankfurter Kreuz (A5) 118100 / 14881 (12,6%) 3+3 (4+4 VB)
59. A1 HH AK Hamburg-Süd (A255) – AS Hamburg-Stillhorn (37) 117500 / 15863 (13,5%) 3+3 (4+4 WB)
60. A3 NW AS Solingen (20) – AD Langenfeld (A542) 117400 / 11857 (10,1%) 3+3
61. A40 NW AD Essen-Ost (A52) – AS Essen-Frillendorf (26) 117200 / 7735 (6,6%) 3+3
62. A99 BY AK München-Nord (A9) – AS Aschheim/Ismaning (14) 117200 / 17111 (14,6%) 3+3 (TSF) (4+4 VB)
63. A3 NW AD Langenfeld (A542) – AS Leverkusen-Opladen (22) 116800 / 13198 (11,3%) 3+3
64. A661 HE AS Frankfurt-Ost (14) – AS Offenbach-Kaiserlei (15) 116800 / 10278 (8,8%) 3+3
65. A66 HE AS Wiesbaden-Erbenheim (6) – AS Wiesbaden-Nordenstadt (7) 116500 / 6757 (5,8%) 3+3
66. A59 NW AD Sankt Augustin-West (A560) – AD Bonn-Nordost (A565) 115900 / 6259 (5,4%) 3+3 (4+4 VB)
67. A99 BY AS Kirchheim b. München (15) – AK München-Ost (A94) 115700 / 16777 (14,5%) 3+3 (TSF) (4+4 VB)
68. A100 BE AS Oberlandstraße (21) – AS Gradestraße (22) 115600 / 6242 (5,4%) 3+3
69. A1 NW AS Köln-Lövenich (103) – AK Köln-West (A4) 115500 / 13976 (12,1%) 3+3
70. A81 BW AS Ludwigsburg-Süd (16) – AS Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen (17) 115400 / 11655 (10,1%) 3+3
71. A3 HE AS Raunheim (48) – AD Mönchhof-Dreieck (A67) 115000 / 15640 (13,6%) 3+3
72. A3 NW AK Oberhausen (A516) – AS Oberhausen-Holten (11) 114900 / 17924 (15,6%) 3+3
73. A111 BE AS Flughafen Tegel (11) – AS Heckerdamm (12) 114700 / 5506 (4,8%) 3+3
74. A5 HE AS Friedberg (16) – AK Bad Homburger Kreuz (A661) 114600 / 16961 (14,8%) 3+3 (TSF) (4+4 VB)
75. A2 NW AK Oberhausen (A3) – AS Oberhausen-Königshardt (2) 113700 / 18419 (16,2%) 3+3
76. A2 NI AS Hannover-Lahe (46) – AK Hannover-Buchholz (A37) 113700 / 17965 (15,8%) 3+3
77. A8 BW AS Stuttgart-Möhringen (52a) – AS Stuttgart-Degerloch (52b) 113700 / 14326 (12,6%) 3+3 (4+4 WB)
78. A8 BY AK München-Süd (A99) – AS Hofoldinger Forst (96) 113500 / 2724 (2,4%) 4+3 (TSF) (4+4 WB)
79. A5 HE AK Nordwestkreuz Frankfurt (A66) – AK Westkreuz Frankfurt (A648) 113400 / 11113 (9,8%) 3+3 (2+4+4+2 VB)
80. A7 HH AS Hamburg-Othmarschen (29) – AS Hamburg-Waltershof (30) 113300 / 13143 (11,6%) 4+4
81. A99 BY AS München-Ludwigsfeld (10) – AD München-Feldmoching (A92) 112400 / 16410 (14,6%) 3+3
82. A52 NW AD Breitscheid (A524) – AK Breitscheid (A3) 111700 / 6479 (5,8%) 2+2+2+2
83. A46 NW AK Hilden (A3) – AS Hilden (28) 111600 / 9263 (8,3%) 3+3
84. A66 HE AS Wallau (8) – AK Wiesbadener Kreuz (A3) 111200 / 6672 (6%) 4+4
85. A7 HH AS Hamburg-Stellingen (26) – AS Hamburg-Volkspark (27) 110600 / 11724 (10,6%) 3+3 (4+4 VB)
86. A100 BE AS Gradestraße (22) – AS Britzer Damm (23) 110600 / 4866 (4,4%) 3+3
87. A46 NW AS Düsseldorf-Eller (26) – AK Düsseldorf-Süd (A59) 110500 / 6741 (6,1%) 1+2+2+1 (3+3 VB)
88. A3 NW AS Duisburg-Wedau (15) – AK Breitscheid (A52) 109900 / 12199 (11,1%) 3+3
89. A57 NW AS Neuss-Reuschenberg (21) – AS Neuss-Hafen (22) 109900 / 10990 (10%) 3+3
90. A46 NW AS Hilden (28) – AS Haan-West (29) 109600 / 8768 (8%) 3+3
91. A5 HE AD Darmstadt (A672) – AK Darmstädter Kreuz (A67) 109400 / 12909 (11,8%) 4+4
92. A5 BW AK Walldorf (A6) – AS Kronau (41) 109200 / 16380 (15%) 3+3 (4+4 WB)
93. A1 HH AS Hamburg-Stillhorn (37) – AS Hamburg-Harburg (38) 108900 / 14702 (13,5%) 3+3 (4+4 WB)
94. A1 NW AS Köln-Bocklemünd (102) – AS Köln-Lövenich (103) 108100 / 16323 (15,1%) 3+3
95. A5 BW TR Bruchsal – AS Bruchsal (42) 107900 / 16293 (15,1%) 3+3 (4+4 WB)
96. A111 BE AS Am Festplatz (9) – AS Saatwinkler Damm (10) 107200 / 6432 (6%) 3+3
97. A4 NW AS Cbf Köln-Eifeltor (11b) – AK Köln-Süd (A555) 106500 / 11715 (11%) 3+3
98. A565 NW AS Bonn-Beuel (2) – AS Bonn-Auerberg (3) 106500 / 5645 (5,3%) 3+3
99. A1 HH AD Hamburg-Südost (A25) – AK Hamburg-Süd (A255) 106300 / 14351 (13,5%) 3+3 (4+4 WB)
100. A99 BY AD M-Allach (A99, Spange Eschenried) – AS München-Ludwigsfeld (10) 106300 / 14457 (13,6%) 3+3
101. A99 BY AK München-Ost (A94) – AS Haar (18) 106000 / 12296 (11,6%) 3+3 (TSF) (4+4 VB)
102. A5 HE AS Langen/Mörfelden (24) – AS Weiterstadt (25) 105800 / 10580 (10%) 4+4
103. A40 NW AS Essen-Frillendorf (26) – AS Essen-Kray (27) 105400 / 8748 (8,3%) 3+3
104. A57 NW AS Büttgen (19) – AK Neuss-West (A46) 105300 / 10846 (10,3%) 3+3
105. A57 NW AK Neuss-West (A46) – AS Neuss-Reuschenberg (21) 105100 / 10615 (10,1%) 3+3
106. A66 HE AS F-Zeilsheim (14) – AS Kelkheim (15) 104700 / 4712 (4,5%) 3+3
107. A7 HH AS Hamburg-Waltershof (30) – AS Hamburg-Moorburg (31) 104400 / 19836 (19%) 3+3 (4+4 VB)
108. A8 BY AS Hofoldinger Forst (96) – AS Holzkirchen (97) 104400 / 10544 (10,1%) 3+3 (TSF) (4+4 WB)
109. A4 NW AK Köln-West (A1) – AS Köln-Klettenberg (11a) 104300 / 12099 (11,6%) 3+3
110. A9 BY AS Allershausen (67) – AK Neufahrn (A92) 104300 / 11473 (11%) 3+3 (4+4 WB*)
111. A8 BW AS Stuttgart-Plieningen (53b) – AS Esslingen (54) 104200 / 12817 (12,3%) 3+3 (4+4 WB)
112. A9 BY AK Nürnberg (A3) – AS Nürnberg-Fischbach (52) 103600 / 16369 (15,8%) 3+3 (4+4 WB*)
113. A9 BY AK München-Nord (A99) – AS München-Fröttmaning-Süd (73) 103500 / 5589 (5,4%) 4+3
114. A7 HH AS Hamburg-Bahrenfeld (28) – AS Hamburg-Othmarschen (29) 103400 / 12305 (11,9%) 4+4
115. A3 NW AK Breitscheid (A52) – AK Ratingen-Ost (A44) 103300 / 12396 (12%) 3+3
116. A4 NW AS Köln-Poll (13) – AK Köln-Gremberg (A559) 103300 / 11673 (11,3%) 3+3
117. A9 BY AS München-Freimann (74) – AS München-Frankfurter Ring (75) 103000 / 4944 (4,8%) 3+3
118. A1 NW AK Dortmund/Unna (A44) – AS Schwerte (85) 102500 / 17630 (17,2%) 3+3
119. A7 HH AS Hamburg-Schnelsen (24) – AD Hamburg-Nordwest (A23) 102500 / 9533 (9,3%) 2+2 (3+3 VB)
120. A40 NW AS Bochum-Dückerweg (31) – AS Bochum-Stahlhausen (32) 102300 / 7570 (7,4%) 2+2 (3+3 u/c)
121. A5 BW AS Kronau (41) – TR Bruchsal 102100 / 16642 (16,3%) 3+3 (4+4 WB)
122. A9 BY AS München-Fröttmaning-Süd (73) – AS München-Freimann (74) 102100 / 5513 (5,4%) 4+3
123. A57 NW AS Neuss-Hafen (22) – AS Neuss-Norf (23) 102100 / 10823 (10,6%) 3+3
124. A81 BW AS Sindelfingen-Ost (21) – AS Böblingen-Ost (22) 101900 / 7643 (7,5%) 3+2 (3+3 VB)
125. A81 BW AS Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen (17) – AS Stuttgart-Feuerbach (18) 101700 / 12509 (12,3%) 3+3
126. A1 NW AK Leverkusen (A3) – AK Leverkusen-West (A59) 101600 / 13005 (12,8%) 3+3
127. A46 NW AS Erkrath (27) – AK Hilden (A3) 101600 / 8941 (8,8%) 4+4
128. A52 NW AS Tiefenbroich (24) – AD Breitscheid (A524) 101500 / 5075 (5%) 3+3
129. A5 BW AS Bruchsal (42) – AS Karlsruhe-Nord (43) 101300 / 16208 (16%) 3+3 (4+4 WB)
130. A40 NW AK Duisburg (A59) – AK Kaiserberg (A3) 101300 / 12966 (12,8%) 3+3
131. A5 HE AS Darmstadt-Eberstadt (27) – AS Seeheim-Jugenheim (28) 100900 / 8677 (8,6%) 2+2 (3+3 WB)
132. A2 NI AS Garbsen (41) – AS Hannover-Herrenhausen (42) 100600 / 16197 (16,1%) 3+3
133. A3 BY AS Nürnberg/Behringersdorf (86) – AS Nürnberg-Mögeldorf (87) 100600 / 15191 (15,1%) 3+3
134. A100 BE AS Britzer Damm (23) – AS Buschkrugallee (24) 100400 / 4518 (4,5%) 3+3
135. A8 BW AS Esslingen (54) – AS Wendlingen (55) 100200 / 13126 (13,1%) 3+3 (4+4 WB)
136. A9 BY AS Nürnberg-Fischbach (52) – AK Nürnberg-Ost (A6) 100100 / 16316 (16,3%) 3+3 (4+4 WB*)
137. A46 NW AK Düsseldorf-Süd (A59) – AS Erkrath (27) 100000 / 8600 (8,6%) 3+3
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Unfortunately there aren't any good alternate routes in the Hamburg area other than urban streets.
Well, the two future alternate routes for transit (A20/A26 and A21/A39) have lower priority .
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Driving from Ulm to Stuttgart on A8. First video is the older stretch:





And the same route on B10:





The newer stretch of A8 is a bliss to drive, but B10 is quieter and way more picturesque. Eastbound though I'd still choose A8 (no speed limits on the winding part ).
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Rank; Road State Section AADT 2010 / heavy traffic number of lanes (future number of lanes according to BVWP 2003)
Very interesting compilation. Thanks for posting.

A100 leads traffic counts, apparenty. It is a real pity they didn't close this ring when the city was reunified
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A100 leads traffic counts, apparenty.
Yes, followed by A3 AK Leverkusen - AD Köln-Heumar (6th, 10th, 12th, 7th and 3rd position), afterwards A8 AD Leonberg - AK Stuttgart (13th and 14th position).
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Driving from Ulm to Stuttgart on A8. First video is the older stretch:

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And the same route on B10:

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The newer stretch of A8 is a bliss to drive, but B10 is quieter and way more picturesque. Eastbound though I'd still choose A8 (no speed limits on the winding part ).
Amazing videoes! I`ve always wanted to drive through the ulm-stuttgart section so i can experience the mountains but never got the opportunity..

What are they going to do with that section? are they going to upgrade it or build a new road? somebody knows?

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There are plans to replace the motorway on that section, the new one would be 2x3 lanes and have 2 viaducts and 2 tunnels: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albaufs...ensteiner_Hang

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drackensteiner_Hang

Current situation:

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Fi...hsautobahn.jpg

Planned new motorway:

http://www.albaufstieg-aichelberg.de.../html/neu.html
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There are plans to replace the motorway on that section, the new one would be 2x3 lanes and have 2 viaducts and 2 tunnels
The 3.8km long section near Gruibingen was upgraded until December 2012 (groundbreaking 2005). The 2x3 upgrade "on the Alb" (22.9km from AS Mühlhausen to AS Ulm-West) was started in May 2012 and will be completed in late 2018 (4 sections; part of the famous rail project "Stuttgart 21").

But the planning of the new "Albaustieg" is in standstill. There are plans to implement the A8 as a PPP project and to toll it afterwards. The plan approval procedure was started in 2004 and is on hold since many years caused by a open economic feasibility. The funding expertise was announced for 2010, than once again for late 2012 in July 2012, but it has not yet published (and I guess not yet finished ). Costs: ~ 770 million €. Length: ~ 8km. Completion: not until 2020. (I guess groundbreaking will not before 2020 ).
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When will exactly opened the part of the A72 between Rochlitz and Borna - Süd?
I guess until 1st August 2013.

Here some pics from last sunday (posted on autobahn-online.de by sj1)


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The last phase of the B246a Schönebeck bypass will be opened in August 2013. The new Elbe viaduct (1128.5m long) will be called "Schönebecker Elbauenbrücke", see press release. Viaduct costs: 39 million €. The construction of this 3rd phase was started in March 2010 and has a length of 2.7km (OSM).
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