Due to construction work, the road between Egling and Attenham will be closed. © picture-alliance/ ZB
New asphalt will be laid between Egling and Attenham. For this, the state road must be closed in this area.
Egling – The Weilheim State Building Authority is making a new attempt to remedy the grip problem on the state road (St) 2070. According to the announcement, the deficiencies are to be eliminated in the night from Monday, June 5, to Tuesday, June 6. This requires a full closure of the road between Egling and Attenham.
According to the State Building Authority, a new, two-centimeter-thick layer of asphalt is to be applied to the road. This measure had already been planned for the past year, writes the authority. But the bad weather prevented that.
State road closed: construction project between Egling and Attenham
Now the work is scheduled for the beginning of next week. The necessary full closure of St 2070 is planned for Monday, June 5, from around 19 p.m. to Tuesday, June 6, around 6 a.m. "The redevelopment sites are located outside the town in the area between Egling and Thanning and between Thanning and Attenham," the building authority announces.
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Traffic between Egling and Endlhausen will be diverted via Dietramszell. Thanning and Öhnböck can be reached from the south from Weihermühle via Siegertshofen and Schallkofen. Attenham can be approached at night from Endlhausen. Two LED displays have already been set up as preliminary information. They point out the nightly closure. The detour will be signposted on site. The signposts – these are advance notices of a signpost, usually 300 meters in front of it – and signposts cannot be adapted due to the short duration of work.
You can read the latest news from Egling here.
Due to weather conditions, the date may be postponed at short notice. Alternative dates are 6/7 June or 13/14 June. The marking work is scheduled for July – with minor traffic restrictions during ongoing traffic.
The passage through Deining is still closed.