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Pfänder Tunnel equipped with LED Light Concept

Almost 30,000 vehicles pass through the 6.7 km long Pfänder Tunnel each day, making it one of the busiest tunnels in Austria. Extensive redevelopment measures were undertaken during the course of the last 7 years to enhance safety on this important section of the A14. On July 4, 2013, the new west bore and the redeveloped east one were opened ensuring the ASFINAG road construction company had accomplished a quantum leap on one of Voralberg’s most important road links in terms of traffic safety, reducing tailbacks and providing relief for local residents. A new lighting concept represents an...

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