Long weekend: The worst traffic jams can be expected here

The ADAC regularly issues congestion forecasts. Also for the upcoming Ascension weekend.

Munich – The upcoming long weekend could – despite corona– Restrictions – lead to some traffic jams.

Despite the pandemic, there could be waiting times during the long weekend. (Icon image) © Sven Hoppe / dpa

At least that’s what the ADAC expects, according to a press release from Monday.

Because of the more than 670 construction sites alone, waiting times and delays can occur.

However, these are not the only causes, because in general the traffic could already increase enormously on Wednesday afternoon.

“Although the streets will not be as crowded as on the Ascension Weekends of previous years – the Corona crisis is still severely restricting national travel. Nevertheless, the highways, especially in the metropolitan areas, are at times very congested,” says the automobile club with.

In addition, the usual ban on Sundays and public holidays for trucks has been lifted during the Corona crisis. In general, the ADAC advises against continuing to travel abroad.

The ADAC expects the greatest congestion risk on the following motorways:

– Major roads to and from coast

Metropolitan areas Hamburg, Berlin, Cologne, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Munich

A1 Cologne – Bremen – Hamburg – Lübeck

A2 Berlin – Hanover – Dortmund

A3 Cologne – Frankfurt – Würzburg – Nuremberg

A4 Kirchheimer Dreieck – Erfurt – Chemnitz – Dresden

A5 Hattenbach triangle – Darmstadt – Karlsruhe

A6 Mannheim – Heilbronn – Nuremberg

A7 Hamburg – Hanover and Würzburg – Füssen / Reutte

A7 Hamburg – Flensburg

A8 Karlsruhe – Stuttgart – Munich – Salzburg

A9 Munich – Nuremberg – Berlin

A93 Inntal triangle – Kufstein

A95 / B2 Munich – Garmisch-Partenkirchen

“Controls at the German borders have been gradually loosened since mid-May. At the crossings between Austria and Germany there are only random checks, at the borders with Luxembourg they have been completely eliminated,” says the ADAC.

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