Construction begins on the Weiherhammer bypass

For decades, residents along the main road in Weiherhammer have submitted petitions and collected signatures to try and get a bypass, as the noise and stench of exhaust had increased in recent years and were no longer bearable. The reason for this was drivers escaping the toll charges, which gradually made the village's main road a national road link. In the spring of 2011, thanks to the willingness of the district administrator and others to fund the project, Rädlinger construction firm, having been awarded the contract, was able to start construction.


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