Southern bypass near Kulmain opened to traffic

On Thursday, 25/08/2011, the southern bypass near Kulmain was officially opened to traffic. Within the 13 month construction period, the plan of the Rädlinger construction firm drawn up in 2009 was implemented. The new bypass results in substantially less traffic on site, as the traffic on the 2177 state road no longer has to roll through the village.


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