B174 Gornau-Chemnitz opened for traffic

After the completion of the four lane extension, the B174 between Gornau and Chemnitz was able to be officially opened on 19th November. The central branch of Rädlinger Bauunternehmen in Leipzig undertook the extension and the laying of a 4.8 km section of road, as well as the construction of four storm water ponds. The construction work for this took approximately two years. Moreover, Rädlinger Ingenieurbau in Vilshofen constructed noise protection walls along a stretch of 3,850 m in total, in the course of this project.

Saxony’s Transport Minister, Sven Morlok, together with Jan Mücke, the Parliamentary Secretary of State in the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development; the District Administrator of the Erzgebirgskreis, Frank Vogel; and the Mayor of Chemnitz for Urban Development and Building, Petra Wesseler, opened the road for traffic. The B174 is exceptionally important for transit between the Saxon industrial metropoles of Chemnitz, Zwickau and Leipzig and the Czech industrial centres of Chomutov, Moste, Teplice and Kadan, via the road D8. The laying of the road is to contribute to the lessening of traffic in through roads and increase road safety. Traffic forecasts estimate that up to 27,000 vehicles are to use this section every day in both directions in 2020.


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