Status: 22.09.2023, 06:31 a.m.
The high load has led © to a lot of damage to the road between Schwaberwegen and Ebersberg State Building Authority Rosenheim
From Monday, 25 September, the ST2080 between Schwaberwegen and Ebersberg will be closed due to a road renewal. The expected end is scheduled for October 31
District – On average, around 5,000 vehicles are on the road every day on Upper Bavarian state roads, and on state road 2080, between Schwaberwegen and Ebersberg, there are almost twice as many. "According to the latest census in 2021, the average daily traffic volume on this important connecting route is just under 9,100 vehicles," explains Daniel Drachenberg, head of department at the Rosenheim State Building Authority.
"And with a high proportion of heavy goods traffic – and the trend is rising." As a result, damage to the upper asphalt layers progresses more quickly. Between Schwaberwegen and Ebersberg, the State Building Authority is therefore renovating the state road 2080 over a length of 8.6 kilometers. The construction route runs from the Forstinninger district of Schwaberwegen, intersection with Münchener Straße (district road EBE 05), through the Ebersberg Forest to the roundabout at the Gebewerbegebiet Nord, Anzinger Straße in Ebersberg.
The junction areas as well as the roundabout at the end of the construction section will not be rehabilitated and will remain open to traffic. In order to equip the new roadway for the further increase in traffic load, the load-bearing capacity of the superstructure will be increased during the renovation. "On average, around ten centimetres will be milled off, eight centimetres of asphalt binder layer and four centimetres of surface course will be reinstalled," says Drachenberg. "At the same time, the parallel footpath and cycle path will be repaired where necessary."
A full closure is necessary for the rehabilitation of the state road. This will begin on Monday, September 25, and, if all goes according to plan, will end during Tuesday, October 31. The diversion route runs in a southerly direction via the EBE 05/Forstinning, the B 12 and the state road 2086 in the direction of Ebersberg. Those familiar with the area can also take the A 5/Hohenlinden motorway, which runs parallel to the EBE 94. In the opposite direction, the diversion route runs accordingly." We have also found a solution for cyclists," adds Drachenberg. "You can bypass the construction route through the Ebersberg Forest on a small scale." The traffic routing was coordinated in cooperation with the district of Ebersberg, the police and other municipal authorities.
The costs for this measure amount to around 2.7 million euros, which the Free State of Bavaria is investing in the road safety of the St 2080. The Rosenheim State Building Authority asks all road users and residents for their understanding of the impairments during the work.