Six-lane A3 Aschaffenburg – Würzburg motorway opened to traffic

The 94 kilometre long section of the A3 motorway is synonymous for traffic jams. Therefore, work on widening it to six lanes has been underway since 1988. A further section has been completed just in time for the Christmas traffic; Rädlinger was awarded the contract for this section. At the new truck service stop near Theilheim (district of Würzburg), under the eyes of the invited guests, the further 26 kilometres of widened A3 motorway was officially opened for use by traffic. Between Hösbach and the Kauppen Bridge near Waldaschaff, from Randersacker Bridge over the River Main up to Rottendorf junction and from the Baden-Württemberg state boundary up to Würzburg-West motorway interchange near Kist, the route now has six lanes, and even eight lanes in particularly steep sections. With the sections already released, half the around 94 kilometres between Aschaffenburg and Würzburg have now been completed.

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