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Road connection to the planned logistics centre – study commissioned by BGZ

The study carried out by Beverungen-based Nusec GmbH concludes that lorry traffic from the decentralised interim storage facilities to the planned logistics centre Konrad (LoK) will only marginally increase the volume of traffic in the Würgassen area. Five access routes from the A 7, A 33 and A 4 motorways to the LoK were studied. In view of the low number of a maximum 20 lorry journeys (including empty runs) per day, the volume of traffic on the affected roads will only increase very slightly. In addition, accident sites and bottlenecks within a radius of 25 kilometres around the LoK were examined – all access routes are approved for the transport of dangerous goods and are therefore also suitable for transport to the LoK.

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