Libouchecko, Ústí nad Labem Region / QUESTIONNAIRE / – Road I / 13 is well-known for drivers. It passes through Bohemia's northwest, Klášterec, Chomutov, Most, Bílina, Teplice, Libouchecko and Děčín through the Ústí region.
In the selected sections, drivers can step up gas upstream. This follows from a meeting between the county's management and the Road and Motorways Directorate (ŘSD).
"Drivers would be more comfortable driving faster than 90 km / h, especially in four-stroke sections," said Magdalena Fraňková, regional spokesman. As BESIP transport expert Jan Pechout has pointed out, such changes have been considered since 2016, when high-speed roads were converted into motorways.
"The Four Wire Section leads from Teplice to Chomutov, but the state did not want to do it because it needs to change the corrections, one of which is that bus stops are on the road," said Pechout, because of the increased speed of the bus it should be difficult to get back on track.
Other nuts are non-existent or very short fastening strips. "This is a lot of dangerous places. When all these adjustments are made, I certainly increase the speed. The police on the street are equally hunted, because they do not support drivers for ninety," Pechout said. The region plans to discuss changes in speed with designers and traffic police.
On the road I / 13 there is currently a traffic restriction on Hostomic, where cars run on a short bar in a single bar.
"At this point, the landslide, which probably caused extreme drought, caused a cracks in the ground. We have discovered everything using early diagnosis and we have made adjustments and limitations. This situation will take time to conduct a survey and then rehabilitate," added Martins Vidimskis, Chomutov Headquarters Directorate.
Author: Kristián Šujan