Salzburg/Berchtesgadener Land: Boundless traffic dispute continues: Salzburg only wants to negotiate with the Bavarian government
This now reacts with a cold to an open letter from seven BGL municipalities to Salzburg’s Transport Councilor Stefan Schnöll.
Bad Reichenhall/Freilassing/Laufen/Salzburg – Despite many Salzburg have difficulties in the transport sector especially in the last few years traffic jams at the borders can relieve, “but it corresponds not good neighborly behaviorAlign demands with the media and set deadlines,” Schnöll said BGLand24.de. Schnöll advises dying Traffic problems on the Bavarian side “But also once to your own government to judge in Munich”. The Salzburg side is always ready for talks with the state government.
In early April had to die districts of Traunstein and Berchtesgadener Landas well as Laufen, Freilassing and five other BGL municipalities in one open letter to Salzburg’s Transport Provincial Councilor Stefan Schnöll ultimately die Reversal of some measures on the Salzburg side demanded, for example the truck transit block on federal roads between Braunau and Salzburg. When the Salzburg side introduced planned block handling at the Walserberg border crossing based on the Tyrolean model, Bavaria threatened “with drastic countermeasures such as roadblocks”.
Schnöll now says opposite BGLand24.dethat Salzburg in recent years focused on joint measures, especially at the borders to relieve the traffic jam situation a bit. In recent years, Salzburg has examined a traffic turnaround in the border area, “such as with the Integration of Freilassing into the area of validity of the annual ticket or cave Expansion of the Munich federal highwaywhich is being implemented”.
Salzburg Provincial Councilor Schnöll: “Concerns should also be addressed to your own state government in Munich”
after after According to Schnöll, both the Bavarian and the Salzburg communities are suffering from the traffic situation would, he advises the Bavarian municipalities, “die Also to be addressed to your own state government in Munich, in order to make progress in essential areas of transport, especially in the area close to the border”. Next to the Lack of a transport association on the Bavarian side would have been the Salzburg side of Bavaria not even important data for surveying cross-border commuter flows receive. “We are ready for talks with the Bavarian state government at any time‘ Schnell concludes. So far, no sound has been heard from the state government on the subject of traffic.
Whether die Block processing requested by Salzburg at the Walserberg comes in the summer months is still not clearTechnical and legal questions are currently being clarified, Austria’s Transport Minister Eleonore Gewessler from the Greens was rather skeptical about the Salzburg plans last summer.
The letter from the Bavarian municipalities with the demands and the March 24 threat of “drastic countermeasures” includes deadline for response, which passed on Good Friday. The senders have not yet received an official reply.