B85 - Chameregg bypass opened to traffic

On Friday, 20 August, the new Chameregg bypass was officially opened to traffic. Since September 2009, the Rädlinger construction company has been working on the two kilometre long B85 bypass to the north of Chameregg, which is the last bypass on the B85 between Cham and Regen. Due to favourable conditions, Rädlinger was able to complete the construction work four months earlier than planned.

The B85 trunk road has national significance for the complete east Bavarian region. An increasing traffic load has set in, especially since the border was opened. Therefore, with the new bypass, the efficiency and traffic safety of the highly trafficked road increases significantly and at the same time also relieves local residents.

Josef Rädlinger Bauunternehmen GmbH provided the following construction work and services for the project:

  • Earthworks approx. 100,000 m
  • Drainage pipes/filter drains approx. 6,600 m
  • Manholes approx. 110
  • Embankment fill on floating embankment foundation
  • Construction of retention areas approx. 35,000 m²
  • Construction of stormwater detention pond

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