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Bypass Allershausen: A CSU minister does not see black

2022-09-28T08:05:56.032Z

What are the chances for Allershausen to still get the long-awaited bypass? Minister of Transport Christian Bernreiter is now investigating the question.



What are the chances for Allershausen to still get the long-awaited bypass?

Minister of Transport Christian Bernreiter is now investigating the question.

Allershausen

– The Allershausen bypass has been an issue for over 30 years.

The next attempt is currently underway to relieve Allershausen of the heavy through traffic by bypassing it.

Bavaria's Transport Minister Christian Bernreiter (CSU), who had been invited by the district CSU to the traffic show in the district, reported on the state of affairs on Monday.

Manuel Mück, 2nd Mayor of Allershausen and CSU parliamentary group leader in the district council, briefly explained to the minister at the meeting in the Obermeier inn what had happened so far in terms of the bypass: The project for a southern bypass was already in the first priority level of the expansion plan for done the state roads.

In 2011 it was downgraded without a hitch.

When a project in Gräfelfing was not implemented, they moved back to level 1 in 2016.

Since then, people have been waiting, also because "Corona messed everything up," says Mück.

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Would be affected by the southern route: the lake at the Allershausen gravel works and the forest behind it.

© Beschorner

Bernreiter explained that the preliminary investigations for a bypass are currently underway: For example, a traffic report is currently being drawn up on the basis of a traffic count from March 2022, which will now be repeated in October 2022.

Then the state building authority will work out various route variants, considering both a northern and a southern bypass.

After a detailed investigation, a route will be selected together with the municipality, which will then be used in the planning approval process.

With the best will in the world, Bernreiter said when asked by the local councilors Peter Colombo (PFW) and Sepp Lerchl (SPD), who were also present, that he could not say how long this process would take.

Factors that influence the period of implementation of the measure and cannot be controlled by the government are, for example, whether there are lawsuits against the project ("In Upper Bavaria, almost every road construction project is currently being sued"), how long the decision for a Route in the municipal council lasts and what capacities the government of Upper Bavaria has as a planning approval authority.

(By the way: everything from the region is now also available in our regular Freising newsletter.)

For Mayor Martin Vaas (PFW) it would definitely be important first of all to "get a feeling in which direction it is going" - in other words: will it stay with the southern bypass or could a northern bypass become a reality.

Mayor criticized: Traffic was only counted on one day in March

The fact that traffic in Allershausen was only counted on one day in March was not only annoyed by CSU councilor Bianca Kellner-Zotz and Kirchdorf's mayor Uwe Gerlsbeck (CSU): "That's weak.

I no longer rely on the figures from the road construction office, there are devices that count for weeks and months,” says Gerlsbeck.

Vaas also asked whether it made sense to carry out the traffic count in just one day.

Bernreiter's answer: It's normal for counting to be done on just one day, and it's also coming up again in October.

According to everything he knows about the project, "I don't see it as black," said the minister.

And: "I stand behind bypasses."

You can find more current news from the district of Freising at Merkur.de/Freising.

Source: merkur

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