Kärnten: Tunnel Safety given Priority for current Investments

Traffic safety, relieving congestion and maintaining the existing infrastructure represent the aims of the Austrian state-owned motorway operator ASFINAG. This year the company is investing no less than 75 million euros for these purposes in the Kärnten motorway and trunk road network. By 2022, 630 million euros are earmarked in the ASFINAG investment programme for Kärnten.


Tunnel Safety on the A 2
enjoys Priority in 2017

The biggest overall project being tackled in 2017, is upgrading the safety of the tunnels on the A 2 South motorway between Klagenfurt and the border with Styria. Altogether...

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