With the scheduled completion in October 2016, traffic will once again be much more relaxed between the Neufahrn junction and the Holledau triangle - thanks to the temporary release of the side strip in the event of heavy traffic, even on a maximum of four lanes per direction. The BAB 9 Nuremberg-Munich motorway is one of the most heavily trafficked motorways in Germany. In particular, the 17-kilometer section between Holledau and Allershausen is used daily by up to 120,000 vehicles, and the trend is rising. Since the planned 8-lane expansion will not take place before 2030, the temporary use of the parking lane in the direction of Munich - like two years earlier in the direction of Nuremberg - is intended to reduce the number of traffic jams and prevent the imminent traffic infarction.
BAB 9 Holledau–Allershausen
Bavaria's largest motorway construction site completed. Drivers plagued by traffic jams as well as residents of the neighbouring communities can breathe a sigh of relief.