ADAC traffic jam forecast at Pentecost: June 3rd to 6th, 2022

Things are happening in quick succession: Immediately after the long weekend of Ascension Day, Pentecost (June 3rd to 6th, 2022) is again threatened with long traffic jams on the trunk roads of the republic. The ADAC predicts this in its current traffic jam forecast in view of a new desire to travel after the months of corona restrictions.

Navigation devices in the test

The most massive traffic disruptions are expected for Friday afternoon – in the south also for Saturday morning – and for Whit Monday. Because: car travelers from almost all federal states should be on the road. In Berlin, Bremen and Lower Saxony there is still no school on Tuesday, so the free weekend is particularly long. Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria start a two-week vacation, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and Saarland a one-week vacation. Therefore, the risk of traffic jams is generally greatest in the south of Germany.

Relief on the A95/B2 in Bavaria

Drivers on the A95/B2 in Bavaria, on the other hand, can look forward to the opening of the Oberau tunnel, which should reduce traffic jams from the end of the A95 to Oberau in the future, according to the ADAC. On weekends when the weather is nice, long traffic jams are the norm here.

Congestion warnings also for Brenner and Gotthard

According to the ADAC, the Pentecost travel wave does not stop at the classic international routes Tauern, Inntal, Rheintal, and Brennerautobahn as well as the Gotthard route. But also on the trunk roads to the Croatian coasts you need a lot of patience, according to the experts from the automobile club.

Waiting times are not excluded at the German external borders, both when leaving and when entering Germany. Due to the relaxation of the Corona entry regulations in many countries, things are moving much faster at the borders. Holiday returnees have to expect waiting times due to border controls, especially when entering Germany at the Bavarian crossings Suben (A3), Walserberg (A8) and Kiefersfelden (A93). Anyone planning an alpine road tour should be aware that some passes are still closed.

The traffic jams from A1 to A99

• Greater Hamburg, Berlin, Stuttgart, Cologne, Frankfurt, Munich areas • Trunk roads to the North and Baltic Seas • A1/A3/A4 Cologne ring road A1 Cologne – Dortmund – Bremen – Lübeck • A2 Dortmund – Hanover – Berlin • A3 Oberhausen – Frankfurt – Nuremberg – Passau • A4 Kirchheimer Dreieck – Erfurt – Dresden • A5 Hattenbacher Dreieck – Frankfurt – Karlsruhe – Basel • A6 Kaiserslautern – Mannheim – Heilbronn – Nuremberg • A7 Hamburg – Flensburg • A7 Hamburg – Hanover – Würzburg – Füssen/Reutte • A8 Karlsruhe – Stuttgart – Munich – Salzburg • A9 Munich – Nuremberg – Berlin • A10 Berliner Ring • A11 Berliner Ring – Dreieck Uckermark • A19 Dreieck Wittstock/Dosse – Rostock • A24 Berlin – Dreieck Wittstock/Dosse • ​​A61 Mönchengladbach – Koblenz – Ludwigshafen • A81 Stuttgart – Singen • A93 Inntal triangle – Kufstein • A95/B2 Munich – Garmisch-Partenkirchen • A99 Munich ring road

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