In the section from the exit from Průmyslová Street to the ÖMV petrol station, the speed was reduced to 60 days per hour due to the undulating road. As TSK spokeswoman Barbora Lišková told Novinka some time ago, the company, as the customer of last year’s complaint, complained.
Traffic in the incriminated section will witness one lane by 20 July, which means considerable complications in traffic. In fact, in the direction from Prague behind the Lana Bridge, you drive from three lanes to two, which means columns usually, but now a little further on only one lane.
On Tuesday afternoon, the police recommended that people avoid passing through the metropolis as much as possible.
Repaired section of Štěrboholská spojka
“Long, several-kilometer columns have been formed since the eighth kilometer of the D1 motorway in the direction of Prague.
“We recommend drivers who do not have to go to Prague to completely avoid passing through the metropolis,” the spokesmen confirm. The attached aerial shots are also eloquent.
In recent years, the Štěrboholská spojka has seen a new surface and drainage in both directions. So far, the last stage of repairs ended a few days ago near Běchovice.