B533 Schwarzach (Hengersberg) bypass opened for use

Following a construction period of four years, on 24 July the new Schwarzach bypass was officially opened to traffic by Bavaria's landscape minister Helmut Brunner and the parliamentary undersecretary Andreas Scheuer. The section is 5.2 km long in total and runs from Hengersberg motorway junction to the Bavarian Forest. The new bypass relieves Schwarzach and reduces noise and exhaust in the town. According to forecasts, in 2015 approx. 11 000 vehicles per day will use this section.

Rädlinger provided the following work and services for the bypass: Topsoil, soil movements, soil improvements and drainage, backfilling of structures, verge, vibro-replacement stone columns, frost protection and asphalt.

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