A decisive step for the construction of the new A 94: Today, the Federal Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, Andreas Scheuer, together with Dr Hans Reichhart, Minister of State of Housing, Building and Transport of the Free State of Bavaria, opened the 33 km long section between Pastetten and Heldenstein to traffic.
Mr Scheuer said:
For many years, I have been supporting the seamless A 94 motorway. Today we can state: A further immense gap has been closed, our destination is in sight. We have completed 117 out of 150 kilometres. Now, traffic can flow more rapidly and safely here. And we were able to complete this section ahead of schedule.
The further planning and construction works for the A 94 are also making fast progress: With the new section between Pastetten and Heldenstein, a further 33 kilometres are now available. Previously, 84 kilometres between Munich and Pocking of the A 94, which will have a total length of 150 kilometres, had already been opened to traffic. Thus, with the section between Pastetten and Heldenstein, a total of approximately 117 kilometres of the A 94 have now been completed.
After the two projects within the framework of public-private partnerships (PPP) on the A 8 between Ulm and Munich, the new construction of the A 94 is the third PPP project on federal motorways in Bavaria. The PPP contract ensures preservation and routine road maintenance over a period of 30 years.