According to Touring, anyone traveling on holiday by car next weekend will have to take into account the extremely difficult traffic and long traffic jams towards the more popular holiday destinations. And for the first time this summer, returnees also don’t risk escaping the misery of traffic. The Sabbath in particular promises to be problematic. Overview.
In Belgium, you expect Touring to departing passengers المسافر Very busy traffic with congestion (red) Friday afternoon, evening and Saturday morning on the E40 Brussels coast and on the E411 Brussels-Luxembourg motorway. Sunday evening there is a chance of a traffic jam inland for returnees, especially on the E40 Ostend – Brussels motorway.
How Friday to France tree leaves, especially in the afternoon, you should take into account the very busy traffic and small traffic jams (orange). jams Expect to be in and around Paris from 12pm to 8pm, on the A10 between Orleans and Tours from 2pm to 6pm, on the A10 between Tours and Poitiers from 4pm to 7pm, on the A6 between Beaune and Lyon from 4pm to 7 pm, on the A7 between Lyon and Marseille from 2 pm to 8 pm, on the A9 between Orange and Montpellier from 4 pm to 7 pm and on the N205 at the entrance to Italy via the Mont Blanc tunnel between 10 am and 11 pm (waiting times are more than 30 minutes) and between 1 pm and 7 pm (waiting times are over an hour).
Saturday It will be a red day on the southern French roads. Traffic problems will start early in the morning and continue into the late afternoon. Most traffic congestion is expected in the Rhone Valley (A7 and A8), on motorways along the Mediterranean (A8 and A9) and on the motorway to the southwest (A10). jams You will meet in and around Paris between 8am and 6pm, on the A10 from Orleans to Tours from 7am to 12am and between Poitiers and Bordeaux from 9am to 3pm, on the roads around the Bordeaux bloc from 8am. Until 4 pm, on the A7 between Lyon and Marseille from 9 am to 5 pm, on the A9 between Orange and Montpellier from 7 am to 5 pm and between Montpellier and Narbonne from 8 am to 3 pm, on the A61 between Toulouse and Narbonne from 9 a.m. to noon, on the A43 between Lyon and Chambéry from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on the N205 at the entrance to Italy via the Mont Blanc tunnel between 5 a.m. and 6 p.m. (waiting times over 30 minutes) and between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. (wait times over an hour).
On Sunday It will only be busy on roads along the Mediterranean and in and around Paris (orange). No problems foreseen for the rest of France (Green).
Who this weekend نهاية yields From France, traffic is expected to be very congested with less traffic (orange) on Saturdays only. Jams in and around Paris from 1pm, on the A11 between Nantes and Angers from 8am to 4pm, on the A10 between Tours and Orléans from 2pm to 5pm, on the A7 between Orange and Lyon from 9 am to 4 pm. 3 pm and between Marseille and Salon de Provence from 10 am to 2 pm, on the A9 motorway between Montpellier and Orange from 10 am to 6 pm, and on the A71 between Clermont-Ferrand and Orléans from 10 am to 1 pm. A62 between Toulouse et Bordeaux from 10 am to 1 pm.
Walkthrough also warns of important road works On the A20 motorway between Verzon and Toulouse south of Brive-la-Gillard. These can cause serious delays. Traffic in one lane in both directions. Business will continue throughout the summer.
Also from to Germany tree leaves, risks a lot of traffic congestion on the road, on Friday and Saturday. Friday afternoon Very difficult traffic is expected with a long traffic jam (red) and this will result Saturday is going on. On Sunday It gets very congested with a smaller traffic jam towards the south (orange).
return A little smoother, with just running Saturday red day. Most delays occur in the morning and early afternoon, between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. Sunday Too busy with small traffic jams (orange) and above Friday No problems are expected.
jams In Germany near Hamburg towards Scandinavia, the A5 Karlsruhe – Basel, the A8 Karlsruhe – Stuttgart – Munich – Salzburg, the A9 Nuremberg – Munich, the loop (A99) of Munich A3 Frankfurt – Nuremberg – Passau and the border crossings with Austria at Kufstein and Fussen And Passau.
Who is Austria? tree leavesEspecially the promises Saturday It becomes a problem with very difficult traffic and long traffic jams (red). Friday On Sunday It will be very busy with a smaller traffic jam (orange).
How yields He gets the same expectations from Germany, with only one Saturday red day. Sunday Too busy with small traffic jams (orange) and above Friday No problems are expected.
is expected jams They are A10 / A11 Salzburg – Villach – Slovenia, Karawankentunnel, A9 Wels – Graz – Maribor and A12 / A13 Kufstein – Innsbruck – Brenner – Italy. Please note that there are road works on Fernpass Road, B179, which will result in significant traffic disruption until 25 July.
Switzerland gets the same prognosis as Austria, with a difference Sunday No problems are expected for those who leave for Switzerland (green).
How yields, you can expect like from Germany and Austria: just Saturday There is very difficult traffic with a long traffic jam (red). Sunday turns orange and Friday Even green.
from jams In Switzerland there is the A2 Lucerne – Chiasso at Gotthardtunnel and on the border with Italy.
In Italy, Saturday Red day with very difficult traffic and long traffic jams ahead departing passengers المسافر. No problems expected on Friday and Sunday (in green). The same goes for who yields. Most delays occur in the morning and afternoon.
jams These are the A22 Brenner – Verona motorway and the Milan region and the A1 Firenze – Rome – Naples motorway.
Spain is only turning red Saturday Before departing passengers المسافر. Sunday It will be an orange day with very busy traffic and fewer traffic jams. Friday No problems expected (green). There is good news for whom yieldsBecause Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays promise to be green days on Spanish roads.
jams In Spain it is the A7 France – Barcelona – Alicante, the motorway from France via Burgos to Madrid and the vicinity of Madrid.
The holiday exodus has been much busier in recent weeks than in previous years, according to Touring’s Danny Smag. He told HLN LIVE that many people chose the car to go on vacation because they feared the risk of contracting coronavirus would be greater if they took the plane.
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