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Old May 28th, 2015, 09:18 PM   #7881
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B101: AS Thyrow – AS Trebbin-North 5.0km (May 2015 to Late 2018) – projectmap

The groundbreaking ceremony took place today, see press release (2). B101 is TEN corridor. Costs: 33 million €. The Teltow-Fläming district funds 5.6 million €.

It's the last section (section no. 3) of the 2x2 B101 b/n A10 south of Berlin and Luckenwalde. Section 1+2 are in service since 2002 (2.4km + 2.9km). Section 4 (8.3km) was opened in 2006. Section 5 (4.8km) is in service since March 2013. The entire B101 construction (35km) including Luckenwalde bypass (2-/3-laned; last section opened in December 2013) costs more than 200 million €.
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B6n Bernburg bypass

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Summer 2015: B6n AS Bernburg/Nienburg (L65) – AS Bernburg-East (4.6km; map; u/c since 2010; 2+1)
The final segment of the B6n Bernburg bypass will be opened on 29th May 2015. Source.

The B6n construction b/n A395, A14 and A9 (~130km; map) began in October 1997. It's a parallel west-east connection south of A2 and north of A38. The first section is in service since 2000. It's motorway-like b/n A395 and A14 but only 2+1 and partial with at-grade intersections b/n A14 and A9. The final 15km section b/n Köthen and A9 is announced to be completed by 2018 or 2019 (map). Funding for preliminary works is approved for 2015. It's planned to extend B6n to Torgau (~50km; map; 2+1; early planning stage).

It's discussed whether B6n could/should be rededicated to A36 b/n A395 and A14 but it's only RQ26 (cross section) instead of RQ28. IIRC, the space reservation next to the road does not fulfill the official motorway standard.
The final section was opened today. The first 2.7km section of the Bernburg bypass was already opened in December 2011. The entire bypass (7.3km) costs 92 million €. About 50% are funded by EU ERDF. The rest is funded by the federal "Infrastrukturbeschleunigungsprogramm I" and "Konjunkturprogramm II" (infrastructure speed-up program I or stimulus package II).
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Old May 30th, 2015, 02:17 PM   #7883
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The following projects are to be checked whether they could be implemented as PPP projects (sorted north to south, west to east):

A20, 2x2 construction of Elbe tunnel (map)
A26, 2x2 construction including Hafenquerspange; Hamburg (A1) - Rübke (map)
E233, 2x2 widening AS Meppen (A31) - AS Cloppenburg (A1) (map)
A10/A24, 2x3 widening (A10) und renovation (A24) AS Neuruppin - AD Pankow (map)
A4, maintenance AS Gotha - border TH/SN (map)
A3, 2x3 widening AK Biebelried - AK Fürth/Erlangen (map)
A6, 2x3 widening AK Weinsberg - AK Feuchtwangen/Crailsheim (map)
A8, 2x3 widening Rosenheim - border D/A (map)

A57, 2x3 widening Moers - Cologne (map)
B247, 1x2/2x2 construction of A38 - Bad Langensalza (map)

600km, 7 billion € constuction costs, 7 billion € maintenance costs. See press release.

1x Brandenburg
1x Baden-Württemberg (partial in Bavaria)
1x North Rhine-Westphalia
2x Thuringia
2x (3x) Bavaria
3x Lower Saxony (2x partial)
- 1x Hamburg (partial)
- 1x Schleswig-Holstein (partial)
There was a forum about "Infrastructure future" last week. More info: http://www.bmvi.de/SharedDocs/DE/Art...astruktur.html (German only)

There are two interesting documents (but they are incosistent; my comments in brown; my status notification: * = completed; * = u/c; * = tender procedure; * = tender procedure should be possible "soon"; * = early planning stage):

PPP experience and outlook

1. step 2005-2009 (230km concession length containing 175km to be widened, construction costs: 1.1 billion €):
* A8 (BY) München-Augsburg 37km: in service since December 2010; 2x3 widening
* A4 (TH) HE/TH border-Gotha 25km: in service since September 2010; 2x3 widening with realignment
* A1 (NI) Hamburg-Bremen 72km: in service since October 2012; 2x3 widening
* A5 (BW) Malsch-Offenburg 41km: in service since July 2014; 2x3 widening

2. step (concession length: 540km, construction costs: 3 billion €):
* A8 (BY) Ulm-Augsburg (awarded); 2x3 widening to be completed by late September 2015
* A9 (TH) Lederhose-TH/BY border (awarded); 2x3 widening in service since November 2014
* A7 (SH/HH) Bordesholm-Hamburg (awarded); 2x3/2x4 widening u/c November 2014 - December 2018
* A94 (BY) Forstinning-Marktl; tender procedure start: August 2013; new 32km 2x2 road
* A7 (NI) Salzgitter-Göttingen; tender procedure start: April 2014; 2x3 widening, partially already u/c or completed
* A6 (BW) Wiesloch-Weinsberg; tender procedure start: September 2014; 2x3 widening, partially already completed; one plan approval procedure ongoing
* A61 (RP) Worms-RP/BW border; tender procedure start: aspired to be 2015/16; 2x3 widening, 1st plan approval order passed in December 2014; 2nd plan approval procedure begin in 2007; no planning north of A6
*(?) A44 (HE) Kassel-Diemelstadt; tender procedure start: aspired to be 2015/16; 2x3 widening (5.5km) planned but plan approval procedure has not yet began, I guess it's a maintenance contract
* A1/A30 (NW) Osnabrück-Münster; tender procedure start: aspired to be 2015/16; 2x3 widening, 1st plan approval order was passed in April 2015 (began September 2010), 3 plan approval orders still ongoing (since September 2012, October 2014 and September 2013), no info about any planning activity for A30 widening

- Additonal PPP projekts could be e.g. Elbe crossing (A20) Albaufstieg (A8), Weser crossing (A281); only A20 is in 2nd gen list! A8 plan approval procedure is announced to be restarted in late 2017; A281 plan approval order was passed in June 2010 but still challenged


Presentation of 2nd gen PPP projects

* 1st project: (BB) A10/A24 Neuruppin-Pankow, 74km; tender procedure start 29th May 2015; 2x3 widening of A10; A24 will only be renewed but with temporary 3rd lane option; plan approval orders complete; construction period: 2017-2020
* 2nd project: (BY) A3 Biebelried - Fürth, 79km; tender procedure start: 1st half of 2016; 2x3 widening; 6 of 10 plan approval orders are completed; remaining plan approval procedures are announced to be completed by end of 2015
* 3rd project: (TH) A4 Gotha - border TH/ST, 122km; tender procedure start: Mid 2016; already 2x3, maintenance contract only

Medium-/long-term projects:
* A26 (HH) Rübke-A1, 25km, "F-Modell" = extra toll; new 2x2 road; 1 plan approval procedure ongoing; 3 sections in early planning stage
* A20 (NI/SH) Elbquerung, 8km, "F-Modell" = extra toll; new 2x2 road; plan approval orders are challenged
* E233 (NI) Meppen-Cloppenburg, 84km; 8 sections, no plan approval procedure has been started yet; planning procedure is funded by the local districts
* B247 (TH) Bad Langensalza-A38, 32km; 1x2/2x2; plan approval orders passed in December 2009, November 2011 and February 2012
* A6 (BW/BY) Weinsberg-Feuchtwangen, 69km; 2x3 widening; early planning stage
* A8 (BY) Rosenheim-BG D/A, 70km; 2x3 widening; 2 plan approval procedures ongoing (since July/August 2014), remaining sections in early planning stage
* A57 (NW) Köln-Moers, 31km; 2x3 widening; partially u/c or completed, 2 plan approval procedures ongoing (since 200x / May 2014), 3 sections in early planning stage


I've no idea why the 1st project of the 2nd generation is already in tender procedure while most of the 2nd step projects are not yet ready to be tendered .
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Upcoming groundbreaking ceremonies

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Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, section 6 is announced to begin soon (100 million €): A14: AS Grabow – AS Groß Warnow 9.8km (June 2015 to Late 2017) – ? – map
(plan approval procedure: 2011/12 to November 2012)
The A14 groundbreaking ceremony will be on 23rd June 2015 (source).



B51: AS Münster-Warendorfer Straße (B481) – AS Münster-Wolbecker Straße 2.7km (Mid 2015 to 2020?) – ? – map

B51 is the extension of A43 and an eastern bypass of Münster (300,000 inhabitants). The 2x2 widening is split into 3 sections. The construction of the first section began in 1989, the 1st and the 2nd section are in service.

The plan approval procedure of the 3rd widening section - which also includes a northern extension, B481 (3.6km; 2+1/1x2; map; L587 will be rededicated) - began in December 2005. The plan approval order was passed in September 2011, appeals were rejected in Mid May 2015. B51 AADT 2010 was 20,600 vehicles/day with a truck share of 8.3% there, 55,800 east of A1/A43 interchange Münster-South.

The B51 widening is funded (48 million €) and the groundbreaking ceremony will be between 22nd June and 3rd July 2015. The total costs - including B481 - are 98 million €. There is no info about an estimated completion date but it was announced that the construction period should be 4 or 5 years. It's said that the B51 and B481 construction will not be completed before 2020 - because B481 is not yet funded. Source.
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* A26 (HH) Rübke-A1, 25km, "F-Modell" = extra toll; new 2x2 road; 1 plan approval procedure ongoing; 3 sections in early planning stage
Are they serious? I think there will be not much toll revenue, if they just charge for the Rübke - A1 part. There're the L141 and B3 as alternatives and using the A7 arm is an alternative if you don't come from southwest/A1 but instead from southeast (A7).
So it can't be a expensive toll imho, else the alternatives are attractive enough to use them.
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Are they serious?
I'm not sure at all..... I read so much bullshit..... It could also be a copy-paste error....

I thought it could be possible to create a "large" toll zone - A20 Elbe tunnel including A26 (A20 tunnel - A1) -, to lead trucks to use A20 and avoid Hamburg. But that's bullshit too....
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The B2R section in Munich will be opened on a Saturday in late July 2015 (source). I guess it's 25th July 2015.
The opening ceremony will be celebrated from 23rd to 25th July (including a Friday night concert), the estimated opening for traffic is announced for 27th July 2015 (source).
The Luise-Kiesselbach tunnel will already be used by G7 presidents on their way from Munich to Elmau because it's not possible to travel by helicopter. It's not officially confirmed by police though (source).
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Meanwhile, Austria has addressed the EU-commission to investigate whether the German toll law is in line with EU regulations.
http://www.spiegel.de/wirtschaft/soz...a-1033379.html
EU commission suggests that the car toll should be introduced by steps. First for transit routes only. This way, the compensation by lowering the car taxes for Germans is not discrimination of foreigners! Source and original source (German only).

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Angeregt etwa wurde, die Maut zunächst auf Transitstraßen zu erheben, nicht aber in Ballungsräumen mit hohem Pendleraufkommen. Der Vorteil dieser Lösung wäre, dass damit auch die von der Bundesregierung geplante Entlastung der deutschen Autofahrer durch Nachlässe bei der Kfz-Steuer von der Einführung der Maut entkoppelt würde.

They suggested to introduce the toll on transit roads in first step. Not in agglomerations with high commuting traffic. This way, the reduction of the car tax is separated of the toll introduction.
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Now I know the solution. The toll will only be charged on the A8 between Munich and Salzburg

Wasn't that the original purpose anyways?
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It's up to 35°C today. First concrete sections of A3, A92 and A93 in Bavaria are limited to 80km/h due to "Blow up" risk. Source (2; video shows old pics).
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Now I know the solution. The toll will only be charged on the A8 between Munich and Salzburg
Sondermautstrecke Saalachbrücke would do its purpose. €2 per passage for vehicle narrower than 2 metres and €5 for any other.
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To be honest, I can't help but think that the most logical solution is simply to allow the Lander to decide whether they want a toll or not on the motorways.

This madness of a "phased introduction" is just...madness.
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Isn't there a website where you can download official images of German autobahn signage, along with a windows viewer?
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To be honest, I can't help but think that the most logical solution is simply to allow the Lander to decide whether they want a toll or not on the motorways.

This madness of a "phased introduction" is just...madness.
True.
But in Germany tha main issue is not the toll itself. If Germany want to introduce a toll, paid by everyone, the EU would not say a single word against it.
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To be honest, I can't help but think that the most logical solution is simply to allow the Lander to decide whether they want a toll or not on the motorways.
Motorways are federal roads in Germany. It's the federal government who is in charge of them. Hence a general toll on German motorways requires a federal law which then applies to the entire network.
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Fahrt auf der A2 A1 A45 (Bielefeld - Hagen)

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Well, the completion of this A98 section (including the 486m long Herrschaftstunnel) is a little bit postponed. New completion date: 2020 (source). The groundbreaking ceremony was in March 2009.

The planning authority (Regierungspräsidium / regional board) has too less manpower for the detailed design planning. The 2014 budget is 7 million €. The annual budget for 2015 to 2020 should be 15..20 million €. The tendering for the main parts should be started in late 2015.

Lack of employees is a general problem of the planning authorities especially in Baden-Württemberg, see here. Baden-Württemberg declined about 100 million € in 2013 b/c tenders could not been started due to incomplete documents.
A98: AD Hochrhein – AS Rheinfelden-Karsau 2.5km (March 2009 to 2020) – projectmap

There were no construction works in progess since the first earth works lot was finished in May 2013. The construction of two 100m "Kaltluftdurchlass" bridges (one for each c/w) began today. They cost 4.5 million € and should be completed by late 2016. The detailed engineering of the 2nd earth works lot was completed and tendered too. Bids are on hand now. 1.2 million cubic meter have to be moved from fall 2015 to summer 2018.

The construction of the 2nd tunnel tube (Herrschaftstunnel, 485m) is approved by the Federal Ministry of Transport now (only the 1st c/w is "urgent demand" (vordringlicher Bedarf) in the Federal Transport Infrastructure Plan 2003 (BVWP), 2nd c/w is "extended/additional demand" (Weiterer Bedarf)). Tender documents are prepared till late 2015. Tender procedure will begin in early 2016. Construcal work (Rohbau) period: Fall 2016 to December 2019. Costs: 60 million €. Source: press release.

btw: the project page link has changed: https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rpf...eiten/A98.aspx.
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Is there any public database where I can check the AADT of motorways and other roads? (I speak good German, so no problem if it's in German, I simply have no idea about the proper German translation of AADT, so I don't know what to search for :-))
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A proper translation would be: durchschnittliche tägliche Verkehrsstärke (DTV) which is one kind of "Verkehrsstärke"-data.
For automatically counted data check out http://www.bast.de/DE/FB-V/Fachtheme...aehl_node.html
For other road types you have to check out the local authorities (e.g. Statistisches Landesamt Baden-Württemberg etc.)
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What is that? I understand what it means literally, but is this the name of a bridge or some kind of technical feature?
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