Hardly any holiday traffic jams despite autumn holidays / take into account weather-related disabilities / ADAC traffic jam forecast for October 23rd to 25th

Munich (ots) – Despite the long autumn holidays in parts of Germany, the traffic jams at the weekend should remain manageable. The uncertainties of the corona pandemic put off many potential autumn vacationers. The one-week autumn vacation begins in Baden-Württemberg and ends in Berlin, Brandenburg, Bremen, Lower Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia, Rhineland-Palatinate, Saxony-Anhalt and Saarland. The same applies to the southern and central parts of the Netherlands. The holidays continue in Thuringia and Saxony.

However, weather-related impairments can occur at this time of the year, such as poor visibility due to fog or early onset of winter. You should therefore have winter equipment ready now, especially when traveling to higher altitudes. There is a particular risk of congestion at construction sites, of which there are still more than 700 across Germany. Some motorways are therefore temporarily closed.

The particularly busy highways (both directions):

– trunk roads to and from the North and Baltic Seas
– A1 Hamburg – Bremen
– A1 / A3 / A4 Cologne Ring
– A2 Dortmund – Hanover
– A3 Passau – Nuremberg – Frankfurt – Cologne

– A5 Basel – Karlsruhe – Hattenbacher Dreieck
– A6 Mannheim – Heilbronn – Nuremberg
A7 Flensburg – Hamburg
– A7 Füssen / Reutte – Würzburg
– A8 Salzburg – Munich – Stuttgart – Karlsruhe
– A9 Munich – Nuremberg – Halle / Leipzig
– A10 Berliner Ring
– A61 Ludwigshafen – Koblenz – Mönchengladbach –
– A93 Kufstein – Inntal triangle
– A81 Stuttgart – Singen
– A95 / B 2 Munich – Garmisch-Partenkirchen
– A99 Munich bypass The trip abroad will hardly cause any major traffic problems. Because of Corona, travel in neighboring countries is lower overall. At the end of the autumn hiking season, the rush to the mountain hiking destinations in the Alps is no longer as great as on the previous weekends. However, car vacationers will not always have free travel on the classic Tauern, Fernpass, Brenner, Rheintal and Gotthard routes. Anyone planning a trip over one of the popular Alpine passes must expect that one or the other is already closed in winter. At the borders, waiting times due to intensive personal controls are to be expected. Anyone who comes back from risk regions must be prepared for quarantine measures.

You can find traffic information at http://bit.ly/adac_verkehrsinfo3.

Press contact:

ADAC Communication
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