Germany

The green Light for the Jagdberg Tunnel

The part-section with the 3.1 km long, two-bore Jagdberg Tunnel between the Magdala and Jena/Göschwitz hubs has a key role to play in the upgrading and new development of the federal motorway A4 in Thuringia. This section is part of the German Unity Transport Project (VDE) No. 15, Eisenach-Görlitz/Kassel-Eisenach.

The A4 is one of the most important arteries in the German and European transport network in a west-east direction. It links the Thuringian cluster of towns with the Rhine-Ruhr region and the Rhine-Main district in the west and the Saxon industrial centres in the east. By creating six...

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