Additional summer bans for trucks in Germany in 2019

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Additional summer bans for trucks in Germany in 2019

In 2019, there will be additional summer traffic bans for trucks on Saturdays on German roads, just like last year. Check out what kind of transport operations are still allowed to be carried out on Saturdays.

German traffic bans cover heavy goods vehicles with a maximum permissible weight of more than 7.5 t and lorries with trailers regardless of their weight. This year, these trucks will not be able to travel on the most frequented domestic routes on Saturdays in July and August. The ban is valid every Saturday from 6 July to 31 August from 7:00 to 20: 00. We would also like to remind you that the Sunday traffic ban begins at 00:00 and lasts until 22:00. 

The additional ban applies to the following sections of roads and highways: 

– A1 from Köln-West via the Leverkusen-West interchange, Wuppertal, via the intersection of Kamen and Münster to the Lohne / Dinklage intersection,

– A2 from the Oberhausen intersection to the Bad Oeynhausen intersection,

– A3 from the Oberhausen intersection to the Cologne-Ost junction, from the Mönchhof junction through the Frankfurt intersection to the Nürnberg intersection,

– A5 from the Darmstadt junction to the Karlsruhe-Sud junction and from the Offenburg junction to the Neuenburg junction

– A6 from the Schwetzingen-Hockenheim junction to the Nürnberg-Süd intersection,

– A7 from the Schlezwig / Jagel junction to the Hamburg-Schnelsen-Nord intersection, from the Soltau-Sud junction to the Göttingen-Nord junction; from the intersection of Schweinfurt / Werneck, the Biebelried intersection, the Ulm / Elchingen intersection and the Allgäu intersection to the state border in Füssen,

– A8 from the Karlsruhe junction to the Munich-Obermenzing junction and from the München-Ramersdorf junction to the Bad Reichenhall junction,

– A9 / E51 Berlin bypass (Leipzig / Potsdam intersection) to the München-Schwabing intersection,

– A10 Berlin bypass, except for the section with the Berlin-Spandau junction through the Havelland junction to the Oranienburg junction and the section between the Spreeau junction and the Werder junction

– A45 from the Dortmund-Süd junction through the Westhof and Gambach intersections to the Seligenstadt intersection,

– A61 from the intersection of Meckenheim via the intersection of Koblenz to the Hockenheim intersection,

– A81 from the Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen intersection to the Gärtringen junction,

– A92 from the München-Feldmoching junction to the Oberschleissheim junction and from the Neufahrn junction to the Erding junction,

– A93 from the intersection of Inntal to the Reischenhart junction,

– A99 from München-Süd-West via the intersections of München-West, München-Allach, München-Feldmoching, München-Nord, München-Ost, München-Süd and München / Eschenried,

– A215 from the Bordesholm junction to the Blumenthal junction,

– A831 from the Stuttgart-Vaihingen intersection to the Stuttgart motorway junction,

– A980 from the Allgäu intersection to the Waltenhofen intersection,

– A995 from the Sauerlach junction to the München-Süd junction,

– B31 from the Stockach-Ost junction from A98 to the Sigmarszell intersection with A96,

– B96 / E251 from the Neubrandenburg beltway to Berlin.


Trucks that are not banned

The following vehicles are exempted from the additional summer bans:

combined freight transport (road-rail) from the sender to the nearest loading station or from the nearest unloading station to the recipient, but only at a distance not exceeding 200 km,

– combined freight transport (port-road) between the point of loading and unloading and a port not exceeding 150 kilometres (transport and export),

– transport of the following fresh products and empty trips related to them: milk and dairy products, meat and meat processing products, fish, live fish and fish processing products, perishable fruits and vegetables.

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