After an accident on the A100, the entrance to the Oberlandstraße and the Gradestrasse exit towards Neukölln will remain closed on Monday morning. According to traffic information center (VIZ) Berlin, motorists can not leave there and have to use the following departures Britzer Damm and Buschkrugallee.
However, the VIZ recommends driving to the exit Späthstraße on the A113, as there is less traffic there. On Sunday, a vehicle on the route between the blocked connection points in Berlin-Tempelhof had gone up in flames. The three inmates were unharmed according to the police. The VIZ could not say how long the suspension will last.
Jam at the beginning of school after the autumn holidays
On the first day of school after the autumn holidays, many Berlin motorists have found themselves in the morning traffic jam. As the traffic information center wrote on Twitter on Monday, the traffic jam in East Berlin in the morning was between 15 and 20 minutes.
Limited S-Bahn traffic ensures longer travel times
Affected were, inter alia, the Landsberger Allee, the Köpenicker road and the Blumberger dam in the district Alt-Biesdorf.
In the western part of the city motorists on Heerstraße and Nonnendammallee should plan about 15 minutes more. In addition, a construction project at the S-Bahn ensures longer travel times. Between the stations Karlshorst, Lichtenberg, Treptower Park and the stop Alexanderplatz exist rail replacement traffic with buses, communicated the S-Bahn Berlin via Twitter. On Tuesday against 1.30 o'clock again trains are to drive on the distance.