Construction begins on the A93 motorway noise barrier near Wernberg-Köblitz

The local residents have waited a long time for it. The construction work on the noise barrier project for the A93 motorway near Wernberg-Köblitz finally got underway with the official cutting of the first turf. The construction project is divided into two phases and following completion should reduce noise by up to ten decibels. This is roughly equal to reducing the volume.

In the first phase, noise bunds and noise barriers up to 10.5 m high are to be built along a 2.6 km length. The earthworks will be completed by July. All noise barriers should be completed by December. In the second phase, scheduled for 2013, a noise-reducing road surfacing will be laid along a length of 4 km.


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