Full closure of the A3 between the Kitzingen-Schwarzach and Wiesentheid junctions

In a press release, A3 Nordbayern GmbH Full closure of the A3 federal autobahn between the Kitzingen-Schwarzach and Wiesentheid junctions from December 3, 2022, approximately from 8:00 p.m. until approximately December 4, 2022, approximately until 10:00 a.m.

Die Complete closure takes place as part of the six-lane expansion of the A3 between the Biebelried and Fürth/Erlangen motorway junctions. Among other things, the BW 311c structure, which transfers the district road KT 12 over the A3, as well as the BW 313a structure, which transfers the public field and forest path in the Kleinlangheim district over the A3, will be newly built.

Work on new buildings requires a full closure

Due to the planned new buildings, a complete closure of the A3 between the Kitzingen-Schwarzach and Wiesentheid junctions will be necessary in the expected period mentioned above. Traffic in the direction of Nuremberg is diverted to the Kitzingen-Schwarzach junction. Road users will then be diverted via the required diversion U5 via Volkach, Neuses am Sand and the B286 to the Wiesentheid junction. The diversion of traffic in the direction of Frankfurt/Main takes place at the Wiesentheid junction. From there, traffic is routed via the required diversion U94 to the Kitzingen-Schwarzach junction.

A important information for visitors to the Haidt service station Please note: The access road to the Haidt service station and rest area will be closed at 6 p.m. on December 3, 2022. Visitors to the facility are advised to leave their vehicles on December 3 by 6:00 p.m. at the latest, since exiting the service station and rest area onto the A3 after the full closure between the Kitzingen-Schwarzach and Wiesentheid junctions has been set up only again from December 4, 2022probably from 10 a.m., will be possible.

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