Clear run on the Nidderau local bypass

“76 percent less through traffic equals 100 percent better quality of life for local residents”, said Nidderau’s mayor Schultheiß last week when the Nidderau local bypass was opened to traffic. Instead of the previous 17,000 cars, only around 4,000 cars will drive through the Heldenbergen and Windecken districts in the future. This signifies a considerable reduction in noise and pollutant emissions. In addition, the direct access to the bypass will add to the attractiveness of the two commercial districts. However, before the symbolic red tape was able to be cut for the 7.6m-long stretch, Rädlinger employees had to move approximately 350,000m³ of earth, dig 230 pits, relocated a 12km channel and set up five rainwater retention basins. They received plenty of praise for their work from officials, including the State Secretary Norbert Barthle.


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