Completion of the bypass of the M3 and B 471 at the A 99 junction Aschheim/Ismaning

In order to cope with traffic load on the A 99 motorway ring around Munich even during relocation of the Aschheim/Ismaning junction, a provisional bypass of the M3 and B 471 was constructed. The company Rädlinger Asphaltbau GmbH carried out the asphalting work on this provisional road in two sections on 15/16 April 2014 on behalf of Rädlinger Bauunternehmen acting for Autobahndirektion Südbayern (Southern Bavarian motorway management). 15,900 m² asphalt base layer, 16,500 m² asphalt concrete wearing course and 1,300 m² asphalt wearing course were used.


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