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Old May 8th, 2014, 09:27 PM   #6361
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I believe it's planned all the way to near the AD Inntal (A8/A93). Not only it fills the A93 gap, but I've seen somewhere it was planned at one point to be part of A93, with the section Southwest of Regensburg becoming A90 and extending past A9 to Augsburg.
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Old May 8th, 2014, 09:51 PM   #6362
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I believe it's planned all the way to near the AD Inntal (A8/A93).
Yes and no. The entire B15n b/n Regensburg and Rosenheim is part of the current masterplan from 2004 (BVWP 2003, 2x2 with hard shoulders). Only the northern part b/n Regensburg and Landshut (A93) has urgent demand. Three of four sections are already completed. The next 15.5km section has further demand with planning right (the pre-planning is finished and approved, the next step would be the plan approval procedure). The next 9.8km section has urgent demand, the plan approval order was passed in December 1991, challenged and finally canceled by court.

The last four sections have further demand w/o planning right. There are currently discussions about the next masterplan (BVWP 2015). The Bavarian state has submitted the entire B15n but there are a lot of discussions. Greens, NIMBYs,... The authority wants to move the B15n eastwards (A94 i/c near Heldenstein instead of Schwindegg) and they want to choose a route next to the B12 b/n Heldenstein and Ramsau. That means, where the Isen valley opponents wanted to have the A94 some years ago .

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Not only it fills the A93 gap, but I've seen somewhere it was planned at one point to be part of A93, with the section Southwest of Regensburg becoming A90 and extending past A9 to Augsburg.
Yes, about fourty years ago....

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Old May 10th, 2014, 12:39 PM   #6363
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Hardcore state of paranoia... indeed.
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Old May 12th, 2014, 12:15 AM   #6364
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A44, Kassel-Dortmund



In 6:20 you may see the most interesting part of the A44 "autobahn", the section Geseke-Büren, which was constructed as an Auxiliary runway for military aircrafts.
This section is even and straight, without any constructions like bridges and the crash-barriers can be taken out. It was constructed to be a runway for US-military aircraft in a war with NATO's opponent, the Warsaw Pact. At both ends of the section there are parking lots for parking and maintenance of the aircraft.
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Old May 12th, 2014, 01:32 PM   #6365
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german autobahns are full of traffic and dense.
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Old May 12th, 2014, 09:52 PM   #6366
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A71 Sangerhausen - Erfurt

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No. The missing 11.4km section b/n Etzleben and Sömmerda will be completed until late 2014 (OSM).
It was planned to open the last u/c A71 section near Sömmerda in December 2014. There were no problems last winter season, thus no delays. But they've found some disruptions in late March 2014. Works have been suspended at that location. The disruptions are probably caused by chemical processes and the completion will probably be delayed until 2015.

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Old May 13th, 2014, 10:22 PM   #6367
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- 4th December: B179 Königs Wusterhausen bypass (2nd stage; 3.8km; plan approval order: September 2009; groundbreaking: April 2010; 10 million €; project page; OSM)
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Old May 13th, 2014, 10:46 PM   #6368
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The B4 Kirchweyhe bypass (part of Uelzen) was opened today (source; OSM; project page). It has a length of 2.1km, features 3 lanes and costs 11.2 million € (9.8 million € were officially announced two years ago). The predicted AADT is 12,750 vehicles/day with a truck share of 17.5% in 2020.
The plan approval procedure was started on 11th January 2008, the order was passed on 23rd September 2009. The groundbreaking ceremony took place on 14th May 2012, the opening ceremony took place on 13th May 2014.
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Old May 14th, 2014, 10:37 PM   #6369
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It was planned to open the last u/c A71 section near Sömmerda in December 2014. There were no problems last winter season, thus no delays. But they've found some disruptions in late March 2014. Works have been suspended at that location. The disruptions are probably caused by chemical processes and the completion will probably be delayed until 2015.
There is no building freeze, the works are only suspended in the affected section. An element of risk remains and cannot be eliminated. The disruptions are on 1.7km, the entire section has a length of 11.4km. The ground will be changed there. The construction time will last about 6 month longer whereby the section will probably be completed in summer 2015, see press release of the state's Transport Ministry.
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Old May 14th, 2014, 10:40 PM   #6370
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They better do it right now, than having to close the motorway for long-term road works afterwards. Although another delay is a bit embarrassing for politicians, A71 is not that urgent that it can't wait another year.
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Not urgent? Hell, that section is in the electoral district of the Thuringian Minister of Transport. So it is very urgent!
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Old May 16th, 2014, 09:41 PM   #6372
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B19 Wernshausen - Niederschmalkalden bypass

The B19 WernshausenNiederschmalkalden bypass was opened for traffic on 15th May 2014 (OSM; project page). The 2-laned bypass has a length of 3.9km and costs of 22 million €. The official opening ceremony will be in June 2014. The plan approval order was passed in March 2009, the works have been started (resumed) in June 2010. The new road includes a 630m long viaduct (13 million €; details). The works were suspended for about 69 years b/c the construction had been started for the "Strecke 85" at that time.

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Old May 17th, 2014, 03:40 PM   #6373
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The project includes the construction of the 2nd A661 carriageway (OSM; 2.2km). The works started in November 2007 and are announced to be finished in 2015.
The A661 project is delayed. The works will be finished until early 2016 but the new carriageway is needed for the works at the A66 interchange. Hence the 2nd carriageway will be opened in late 2016.

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Old May 17th, 2014, 03:53 PM   #6374
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A33 Osnabrück - Bielefeld

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The A33 connects the A1 (Bremen - Dortmund with the A2 Dortmund - Hannover and the A44 Dortmund - Kassel (see www.autobahnatlas-online.de). There are still 2 gaps near Osnabrück and near Bielefeld.
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The last section from AS Halle-Künsebeck to AS Bielefeld-Center has a length of 7.9km and costs about 90 million €. The plan approval order was passed in June 2006. Construction started in September 2009. OSM. The completion will be in 2016.
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The A33 project is delayed. The works will be finished until summer 2017. The 65m Jückemühlenbachbrücke is postponed by 2 month (completed in October 2014). The road building works have been tendered but the works will not start until the funding is confered right to use by the Transport Ministry. They will probably begin in August 2014, not in spring 2014 as intented (source).

The 2014 federal budget will be passed in July 2014...

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Old May 17th, 2014, 06:57 PM   #6375
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These projects aren't postponed but delayed.
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Old May 17th, 2014, 06:59 PM   #6376
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Yeah, you are right.

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Old May 18th, 2014, 12:19 AM   #6377
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The completion is delayed, not postponed.
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Old May 20th, 2014, 04:24 PM   #6378
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[B1][B112] Kostrzyn nad Odrą - Lebus


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3:50 - 5:50 B112 Brieskow- Finkenheerd bypass, construction starts 22 June 2012, the works will be finished until end 2015. Lenght 10km, cost 35 milion euro.

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Old May 21st, 2014, 09:03 PM   #6379
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B91 Theißen bypass

The plan approval order for the B91 Theißen bypass in Saxony-Anhalt was passed today (3.9km; 25.5 million €; 2-laned; AADT 2010: 10,000 to 13,500 vehicles/day, 11% truck share; predicted AADT reduction: ~66%; OSM), see press release. It will bypass east of the village and end at the existing B2 Zeitz bypass.
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Old May 21st, 2014, 10:54 PM   #6380
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There are again problems with heat on the A3 b/n Metten and Schwarzach in Bavaria. The first damages have recently been eliminated. The authority has already put 80kph signs there which can easily be activated if the temperature will exceed 28°C.
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