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ÖAMTC: Holiday shift change in progress


20 kilometer traffic jam at the Walserberg on entry

Vienna (OTS) – “In the course of the morning, the vacation shift change has fully set in,” informed the ÖAMTC mobility information Saturday afternoon. “Surprisingly, we record the longest traffic jam in the direction of the south. At the Walserberg you have to expect a time loss of over 1.5 hours when entering. The congestion length is close to 20 kilometers.” The time loss on the way out was about 15 minutes.

Longer delays continued to occur in Carinthia at the Karawanken Tunnel (A11) in both directions, on the Brenner Highway (A13) in Tyrol before the Schönberg toll booth in the southbound direction, and in sections on the entire Fernpass route (B179). On the Tauern autobahn (A10) in Salzburg, block clearance was imposed before the Helbersberg tunnel in the northbound direction, and the traffic jam grew to a good 15 kilometers. In Styria, traffic was also slow on the Pyhrn Autobahn (A9) in the two-way area between St.Pankratz and Windischgarsten.

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