Perth low density stuns planner – The West Australian

Expert says Perth the lowest density major city he has seen.

Source: Perth low density stuns planner – The West Australian

Currently we see in Fremantle a protest against the Perth Freight Link.

One of the issues driving congestion on roads is obviously more cars.

Now as density increases it is only going to make the issues worse. Seems we are creating problems and then looking for a solution to the problem we have just made for ourselves, wouldn’t it be better to not create the problems in the 1st place.

Fremantle council seems very good at creating its own problems then to spend even more of our rates on finding solutions and then even more money telling us what a great job they are doing at solving problems they have in fact create or made worse.

A few examples

  • Selling car parking and making Freo harder to get into and find car parking, they have spent years giving Freo a anti-car image, then they spent reportedly $20,000 on an app for parking which get a iTunes Customer ReviewsAlmost useless, by nickname1950. Can’t say I have ever met anyone who admits to using it. Problem made, money spent, no solution. Or even better their great big parking signs which are regularly broken and no-one really knows what they mean anyway. More $$$$ gone.
  • It’s a bit like the massive bug killer lamp outside at chambers, great idea, then you look around and see stagnant water everywhere in their street flower pots, made an environment to breed mosquitos, then bought the solution to kill them, brilliant?
  • Mayor Brad says Fremantle is a progressive city so they view graffiti vandalism as art, now we have graffiti everywhere and spend a small fortune cleaning it up and leaving Freo like ghetto that no-one cares about, which in reality should be a thriving tourist destination, another council made problem needing to be fixed.
  • Mayor makes areas for “dedicated begging” in our streets, the solution he made for the problem he created when Perth clamped down on street begging and homeless and our mayor invited them to come to Freo, it surprisingly created another problem, needing to be fixed. What’s not so easy to fix is the dodgy anti-social image it gave Freo killing off more business.
  • Fremantle has an anti-social image with substance abuse driven by the number of large licensed areas in town, Fremantle makes a good alcohol policy then completely ignores it by leasing the J-Shed out for another 1800+ booze barn. Another problem to be fixed in the future?
  • Fremantle has the second worse rating for hard cover surfaces in the 202020 report, then concretes the esplanade, then straight into a new green plan after approving a plan that involved cutting down over 100 mature trees at the Kim Beazley site. They currently say they want to increase the park space in Freo yet are wanting to build or develop on Pioneer Park.
  • Fremantle councils direction over the years has allowed all the negative issues for Fremantle to build up, graffiti, substance abuse,, drunkenness, the need for a spew patrol, anti-social behaviour, loss of parking, the constantly messed with road systems, loss of groups like Myers, causing a loss of visitors frequenting Fremantle, hence causing a loss of business, leaving COF in its current situation, causing Fremantle again to spend $$ fix a problem it help create. Like $42M or is it $44M perhaps $52Million to help regenerate a CBD its help run down. Sorry about the different figures it’s not clear what the is cost is going to be, its only rate payer money, perhaps another issue to fix in the future with a massive rate hike for instance?
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The scenery our new Hilton guests can view from their windows

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The scenery our new Hilton guests can view from their windows

Does this seem logical to anyone, you could go with dozens of examples like this.

Now we come to density. So we cut block sizes, up the R-code, increasing hard surface coverage, causing more mature trees to be destroyed, increasing the population then yell about not building road to help with congestion caused by increasing density. Now as people don’t have backyards we have to build more parks and connections to the ones we have, another problem caused by council to then need fixing.

Here’s a quote from the article

“Perth’s the lowest density major city I’ve ever seen,” he said.

Mr Gordon said the good news was that Perth had land near major roads and railways that could be developed. He said it was not always necessary to “disturb stable residential communities” to do infill well.

“You’ve got miles and miles and miles of main roads just strung with dreck, low density shopping centres half abandoned, car dealerships, industrial areas . . . these are fantastic opportunities for infill and growth,” he said.”

So why is our council driving density in areas with traffic congestion issues in some cases over R100? Why are we doing infill to areas that are stable residential communities, building more problems like destroying tree canopy, increasing congestions, lowering services, increasing rates, causing more disputes with neighbours over development. Not ensuring suitable parking is allocated for new developments, only to cause more disputes in the future.

Fremantle’s road infrastructure has been eroded over the years, now by having one of the higher density increases in the metro area, these problems are being added to, while all the necessary services needed to help cater for this increase in density are not being supplied.

The Council has blindly followed Barnett’s government infill strategy while getting none of the services needed to support the density increase. We see more people coming to the area, no improvements or even plans to improve Public Transport. We have seen thousands of jobs leave the Freo CBD, yet more people planned to live here. If you want all these people to live here would it be better to ensure jobs are here for them, so they all don’t have to drive miles to get work, again adding to the congestion issues. Let’s face it you struggle to get a pair of kid’s school shoes in Freo and the council calls Freo the second city for the state.

Are residents happy about it judging by the satisfaction survey I guess not?

So again they have created another plan to create more problems only needing to be solved in the future. Every $ spent fixing a problem they made or help make is a $ less spent on services to rate payers and residents.

Of course we can increase density in perth buts lets do it where we have the infrastructure and the right ingredients to make it work well. I guess they will just add their poor density and its impacts to their legacy of solutions needing to be found?

Fremantle Councils Ideology Over World Reality

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Looks like Hollands building roads this has 8 lanes and a double stacked tunnel

Mayor road projects around the world to ease congestion, make transport more efficient.

Listening in council the other night you would think the Barnett government is the only one in the world building new road networks for private transport, good and services etc. Sadly again the political beast of fremantle Council roared again, with politics put before what’s best for the average rate payer. I suppose the video camera for the some political media group helped.

Quote, from Fremantle councillor Strachan, “I’m very committed too not building more roads because they do cause more congestion, they do not relieve congestion, it is an internationally acknowledged fact in the western world.” Seriously? (An international recognized fact in the western world, the international side has become has really shrunk, I thought international was world wide?) Well it seems most of those governments of the international western world are building roads and perhaps the leaders of the world haven’t that the opportunity to hear his soapbox lecture about cars and roads, despite him using both himself. I wonder if he realizes how many of the residents and rate payers use and rely on cars every day for family and work. Again we see personal ideology before representation of rate payer’s interests, if people disagree with using cars why is there so many? If you think cars are that bad don’t own or use one!

So I thought I would have a quick look around the world to see what other governments are up to and why? Strangely enough as I had only been looking 10mins or so and found dozens of pages of information on new road, bridge, tunnels, expressways being build all over the world.

Holland I thought they all rode bikes?

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Bit flash for a cycleway

With 139,295 km of public roads, the Netherlands has one of the most dense road networks in the world – much denser than Germany and France, but still not as dense as Belgium. Dutch roads include at least 2,758 km of motorways and expressways, and with a motorway density of 64 kilometres per 1,000 km², the country also has one of the densest motorway networks in the world.

Mobility on Dutch roads has grown continuously since the 1950s and now exceeds 200 billion km travelled per year, three quarters of which are done by car, meaning that while Dutch roads are numerous, they are also used with one of the highest intensities of any road network.

The busiest Dutch motorway is the A16 in Rotterdam, with a traffic volume of 232.000 vehicles per day. The A12 near Utrecht comes second at 220.000 vehicles per day. The busiest 4-lane motorway in the Netherlands is the A10 in the Coen Tunnel in Amsterdam with 110.000 vehicles per day. The widest Dutch motorway is the A15/A16 just south of Rotterdam with 16 lanes in a 4+4+4+4 setup.

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Promotes the quality of life and road safety, resolving bottlenecks within the city, easing congestion and creating opportunities for urban development

The A2 Maastricht project organisers want to agree upon a single integrated and sustainable plan for the city and the motorway, from which future generations will continue to benefit!

A plan with multiple objectives for the improvement of the traffic flow on the A2 and the accessibility of Maastricht, as well as one that promotes the quality of life and road safety, resolving bottlenecks within the city, easing congestion and creating opportunities for urban development.

 

UK development of new roads and why.

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It provides 8km (five miles) of dual carriageway around the Isle of Thanet reducing traffic congestion, providing journey time reliability improving connectivity with the ports of Dover, Ramsgate and Kent International Airport.

An ambitious £15 billion plan to triple levels of spending by the end of the decade to increase the capacity and condition of England’s roads, was announced to Parliament today (1 December 2014) by Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin and Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander.

Over 1,300 new lane miles will be added by schemes being delivered over the next parliament on motorways and trunk roads, tackling congestion and fixing some of the most notorious and longstanding problem areas on the network. When 90% of journeys are taking place on our roads this work is vital to help people get on and get around.

This government has a long term plan to secure the country’s future and this £15 billion roads programme is demonstration of that. Better roads allow us to travel freely, eases congestion, creating jobs and opportunities, benefiting hardworking families across the country.

The largest motorway project currently under construction in the UK is the £500m M8 Baillieston to Newhouse completion project, which includes 6 miles of new motorway on the M8 as well as junction upgrades and widening’s to the M73 and M74. Work started in Spring 2014 with completion estimated for Spring 2017.

The £380m A1(M) Leeming – Barton upgrade also commenced construction in Spring 2014 with completion scheduled for Summer 2016.

The Queensferry Crossing and its approach roads are also being constructed as a motorway and will extend the M90 to the M9 at junction 1a re-numbering the M9 spur when finished in 2016.

New motorway constructions currently being planned in the UK is a motorway running south of the city of Newport, Wales. This motorway still remains to be properly named, only being described as the M4 relief road. A relief to road congestion.

M8 M73 M74 Motorway Improvements, project will complete the Central Scotland motorway network, with benefits including less congestion and safer, quicker journeys.

Key benefits include:

  • Improving journey times and journey time reliability through the Central Scotland motorway network
  • Cutting congestion
  • Helping promote sustainable economic growth by improving access to facilities and employment areas
  • Reducing emissions and tackling climate change by improving air quality and providing health improvement
  • Reducing the time to transport goods and services
  • Better connectivity between Glasgow and Edinburgh and to the south
  • Improving road safety through the reduction of traffic on local roads, reducing lane changing and helping prevent weaving between lanes

France

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At a time of economic crisis, infrastructural projects are being shelved by governments across the planet.

Not so however for French authorities, who are set to sign a cheque for a staggering €1.66 billion (£1.31 billion) to pay for the construction of a 7.8-mile stretch of coastal motorway on the Indian Ocean island of Réunion.

Dubbed the “most expensive road in France,” the price of building the new highway works out at nearly £110,000 per metre.

As the price suggests, this is no ordinary road. There will be three lanes in each direction and it will be built to withstand 90mph hurricane winds and waves of up to ten metres.

Taking seven years to complete, the motorway will link capital Saint-Denis to Réunion’s port and will be built on columns rising out of the ocean.

There are plans to extend the A12 in the medium-term (2015–2020) up to Ablis and the A11. It is anticipated that the route will go around the town of Trappes. Beyond that point, the existing highway N10 will be reused.

You don’t have to look far to see all over the world governments, private companies are investing trillions of dollars into road networks despite what councillor Strachan believes to be world order. Fact over Fantasy.

Here is an interesting site with a brief look at just recently opened new roads networks or soon to opened, not really looking at what else is planned for the future and is in no way a completed list but puts to bed the notion that governments are building roads around the world. This doesn’t even mention what China or India are up too. Oh and they all sited that they building more roads to ease congestion.

 

Albania

A3: Mushqeta – Elbasan ~14km (April 2011 to 31st July 2014) – ? – map

SH4: Kavaje – Rrogozhine ~20km (2010 to August 2014) – ? – map

A3: Tirana – Mushqeta ~17km (April 2011 to Spring 2016) – ? – map

A4: Mbrostar Ura – Levan 22km (2013 to 2016) – ? – map

 

Algeria

A1: Boughalboune – El Harrouche 16km (2007 to 27th January 2014) – project – map

A1: El Harrouche – El Ghadir 7km (2007 to 10th April 2014) – project – map

?: Chiffa – Berrouaghia 125km (Mid 2012 to 2015/16) – project – map

A1: Zighoud Youcef – Boughalboune 8km (2007 to ?) – project – map

A1: Drean/Ain Allam – Raml Souk ?km (2007 to ?) [contract canceled] – project – map

?: Batna – Khenchela 102km (November 2014 to ?) – ? – map

The list is incomplete. Please help to complete!

 

Austria

S10: Freistadt-North – Freistadt-South 5.9km (Summer 2011 to 16th November 2014) – project – map

A9: Bosrucktunnel 7.3km (2007 to October 2015) [2nd c/w] – project – map

S10: Freistadt-South – Unterweitersbach 13.6km (Spring 2012 to Late 2015) – project – map

A5: Poysbrunn – Schrick 25km (April 2015 to 2017) – project – map

S36: Scheifling – Sankt Georgen 7.2km (May 2013 to Summer 2018) – project – map

A9: Tunnelkette Klaus 8km (September 2013 to Late 2018) [2nd c/w] – project – map

A9: Gleinalmtunnel 8.3km (September 2013 to 2019) [2nd c/w] – project – map

S7: Riegersdorf (A2) – Dobersdorf 14.8km (May 2015 to 2021) – project – map

 

Belarus

M6: Dubraulyany – Plianty 8km (2011 to 2014) – ?– map

MKAD2: Rakaw (M6) – Ostroshitskij Gorodok (M3) 44km (Early 2014 to 2015) – ? – map

MKAD2: Boroviki (M1) – Rakaw (M6) 44km (2014 to Late 2016) – ? – map

The list is incomplete. Please help to complete!

 

Belgium

A11: Brugge (N31) – Westkapelle 12km (March 2014 to Late 2017) – project – map

 

Bosnia and Herzegovina

A1: Josanica – Butila 5.7km (October 2007 to 26th June 2014) – project – map

A1: Butila – Vlakovo 3.9km (July 2013 to 26th June 2014) – project – map

A1: Drivusa – Biljesevo 6.5km (August 2010 to 25th August 2014) – project – map

A1: Zvirovici – Medugorje 9.1km (October 2010 to 17th September 2014) – project – map

A1: Vlakovo – Lepenica 10.2km (January 2013 to 7th October 2014) – project – map

A1: Lepenica – Tarcin 10.1km (June 2012 to 7th October 2014) – project – map

?: Prnjavor – Johovac 36.6km (May 2013 to November 2015) – project – map

?: Butila (A1) – Brijesce 3.5km (October 2010 to February 2016) – project – map

A1: Klopce – Drivusa 2.5km (October 2014 to April 2017) – project – map

?: Mahovljani – Prnjavor 35.3km (October 2014 to October 2017) – project – map

A1: Svilaj – Odzak 11.0km (November 2013 to Late 2017) – project – map

A1: Donja Gracanica – Drivusa 8.3km (October 2014 to >= 2017) [only southern part u/c] – project – map

 

Bulgaria

A4: Generalovo – Kapitan Andreevo 5.4km (November 2011 to 14th August 2014) – ? – map

A4: Dimitrovgrad – Harmanli 34.2km (July 2011 to 28th May 2015) – project – map

A4: Kapitan Petko Voyvoda – east of Svilengrad 8.9km (Spring 2011 to 7th June 2015) [2nd c/w] – ? – map

A2: Panayot Volovo – Belokopitovo 4.9km (August 2013 to Mid July 2015) – ? – map

A3: Sandanski – Kulata 15.0km (April 2012 to Early August 2015) – project – map

A4: Chirpan – Dimitrovgrad 31.4km (October 2011 to Late September 2015) – project – map

?: Kakach river – Lyulin (A6) 3.0km (September 2012 to October 2015) – project – map

I1: Montana bypass 12.5km (September 2013 to October 2015) – project – map

A3: Dupnitsa – Blagoevgrad 37.0km (July 2013 to 30th October 2015) – project – map

SNST: Trebich – Sofia-East (A2) 16.5km (February 2015 to 2016) – project – map

 

Canada

QC-A85: Cabano – Notre-Dame-du-Lac 6.0km (2012 to 10th September 2014) – project – map

QC-A85: Degelis – QC/NB border 8.5km (2012 to 10th September 2014) – project – map

ON-404: Keswick-Ravenshoe Road – Newmarket-Green Lane 12.7km (2010 to 17th September 2014) – ? – map

QC-A35: Saint Jean sur Richelieu-South – Saint Sebastien (QC-133) 24.5km (2011 to 8th October 2014) – project – map

QC-A73: South of Vallee-Jonction – Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce 4.2km (August 2012 to 8th October 2014) [2nd c/w] – ? – map

QC-A5: Wakefield – Wakefield (QC-A105) 6.5km (2010 to 10th October 2014) – project – map

NB-2: QC/NB border – north of Saint-Jacques 2.8km (2010 to 5th November 2014) – ? – map

QC-A410: Sherbrooke-Rue Dunant – Sherbrooke-Rue Belvedere Sud ~ 3km (2012 to 21st November 2014) – project – map

ON-401: Windsor-Ojibway – Windsor-Howard Avenue 11km (August 2011 to Summer 2015) – project – map

QC-A410: Sherbrooke-Rue Belvedere Sud – Lennoxville (QC-143) ~ 3km (2012 to Fall 2015) – project – map

QC-A85: Note-Dame-du-Lac – Lac Martin ~ 8km (2012 to Fall 2015) – project – map

QC-A85: De Saint-Antonin – Saint-Louis-du-Ha! Ha! 36.2km (2012 to December 2015) – project – map

ON-407: Pickering-Brock Road – Oshawa-Harmony Road 22km (2013 to December 2015) – project – map

ON-412: Whitby (ON-407) – Whitby (ON-401) 10km (2013 to December 2015) – project – map

ON-400: Murdock River Road (ON-637) – north of French River (ON-607) 20km (Summer 2012 to Summer 2016) – project – map

AB-216: Edmonton-Manning Drive (AB-215) – Edmonton-Yellowhead Highway (16) 8.5km (July 2012 to October 2016) – project – map

ON-417: Arnprior-Scheel Drive – Arnprior-Campbell Drive 5.3km (2014 to 2016) – ? – map

 

Croatia

D1: Split-Dracevac – Klis (near Klis Kosa) 3km (? to 23rd June 2014) [2nd c/w] – ? – map

D2: Osijek (A5) – Osijek (Z4085) 7.5km (September 2011 to 28th November 2014) [2nd c/w]

D1: Split-Dracevac – Klis (near Ozrna) 1.5km (? to 30th November 2014) [2nd c/w] – ? – map

A5: Sredanci (A3) – Zoljani 3.2km (September 2011 to 2nd March 2015) – ? – map

A11: Busevec – Lekenik 11.2km (April 2010 to 22nd April 2015) – ? – map

D2: Osijek (Z4085) – Osijek (Z4091) 4.6km (September 2011 to Summer 2015) [2nd c/w] – ? – map

A11: Jakusevec (A3) – Velika Gorica 8.5km (2008 to September 2015) – ? – map

D10: Gradec – Krizevci 11.5km (? to 2016) – ? – map

D12: Vrbovec (A12) – Farkasevac 10.5km (? to 2016) – ? – map

A5: north of Drava bridge – Osijek ~6km (July 2011 to 2016) – ? – map

 

Czech Republic

I44: Zvole – Vlachov 2.9km (April 2009 to 31st July 2014) – project – map

I35: Lesna – Priluky 1.7km (November 2009 to 8th September 2014) – project – map

I11: Mokre Lazce – Ostrava-Krasne Pole 9.8km (January 2009 to August 2015) – project – map

R6: Bosov – Lubenec 4.1km (May 2010 to October 2015) – project – map

I11: Ostrava-Krasne Pole – Ostrava-Poruba 6.7km (November 2012 to 2015) – project – map

I35: Priluky – Mstenovice 0.7km (November 2009 to October 2016) – project – map

R4: Pribram/Skalka – Haje 4.8km (April 2015 to January 2017) – project – map

D11: Praskacka – Hradek Kralove ~4km (July 2014 to August 2017) – project – map

I11: Nebory – Oldrichovice 4.9km (August 2014 to September 2017) – project – map

I11: Oldrichovice – south of Bystrice 6.2km (August 2014 to February 2018) – project – map

D3: Veseli nad Luznici – Bosilec 5.1km (April 2015 to March 2018) – project – map

D3: Borek – Usilne ~2.5km (April 2015 to March 2018) – project – map

D8: Rehlovice – Bilinka 12.4km (November 2007 to Late 2018) – project – map

 

Denmark

PR18: Brande-North – Brande-South 7km (2012 to 27th May 2014) [2nd c/w] – project – map

PR15: Harup – Lasby 11.7km (2010 to 1st December 2014) – project – map

PR17: Smorum – Ballerup 3.8km (Fall 2012 to 13th July 2015) – project – map

PR15: Funder – Harup 17.5km (2010 to Fall 2016) – project – map

502: Tjorring – Herning-Snejbjerg 10km (February 2015 to Early 2017) – project – map

PR18: Holstebro-North – Tjorring 40km (May 2015 to Late 2018) – project – map

 

Finland

Vt7: Pyhtää – Kotko-West 14km (November 2011 to 12th August 2014) – project – map

Vt7: Loviisa – Ahvenkoski 15km (November 2011 to 1st September 2014) – project – map

Vt5: Vuorela – Palvaranta 5km (October 2009 to September 2014) – project – map

Vt7: Hamina-Lankamalmi – Hamina-East 15.7km (Early 2012 to 17th December 2014) – project – map

Vt8: Masku – Raisio ?km (February 2014 to Late 2016) – ? – map

 

France

D222: Tregueux-Le Creach – Tregueux-La Croix Gibat 2km (? to 27th January 2014) – project – map

A50: Tunnel de Toulon 3.2km (September 2007 to 19th March 2014) [2nd c/w] – ? – map

N7: Saint-Prix – Saint-Martin-Estreaux 9.5km (2007 to 19th March 2014) – ? – map

N249: Montourneau – Bressuire-West 11km (April 2012 to 3rd October 2014) – ? – map

N88: Albi-Le Lude – Albi-Stadium 1.5km (? to 15th October 2014) [2nd c/w] – project – map

N7: Moiry – Maison-Rouge 3.5km (? to 30th October 2014) – ? – map

N249: Cholet (D160) – Cholet (A87) 3.3km (March 2011 to 4th December 2014) [2nd c/w] – ? – map

D924: West of Ecouche – Argentan-West (A88) ~7km (2011 to 12th December 2014) – ? – map

A719: Gannat-East – Vichy 13.8km (August 2011 to 12th January 2015) – project – map

A89: Brive-North – Saint-Germain-les-Vergnes 4km (? to 7th February 2015) [2nd c/w] – ? – map

A150: Yvetot – Barentin 18km (March 2013 to 9th February 2015) – project – map

N88: Albi-Stadium – north of Albi-Caussels 2.3km (? to 20th February 2015) [2nd c/w] – project – map

N88: La Baraque St-Jean – La Mothe 13.7km (? to Early July 2015) – project – map

A466: Quincieux (A46) – Les Cheres (A6) 4km (? to September 2015) – project – map

N79: Bresnay – Chemilly 6.3km (? to Fall 2015) [2nd c/w] – project – map

A507: Frais Vallon – Marseille-East (A50) 5.2km (1993 to 2016) – project – map

N27: Arques-la-Bataille – Manehouville 7.7km (July 2012 to Late 2016) – ? – map

D222: Tregueux-La Croix Gibat – Tregueux-Perray (N12) 2.5km (? to Late 2016) – project – map

N141: La Vigerie – Saint-Yrieix 5.5km (? to Late 2016) – ? – map

A304: Rocroi – Charleroi-Mezieres (A34) 31km (July 2011 to 2017) – project – map

A9: Saint-Jean-de-Vedas – Saint Aunes ~12km (October 2014 to Late 2017) [existing A9 will be renumbered to A709] – project – map

N88: Malpas – Brive-Charensac-West 8.7km (Spring 2010 to Late 2017) – project – map

N1: La Possession-North – Saint-Denis-West 12.5km (December 2013 to 2018) – project – map

N10: Reignac – Chevanceaux 11.3km (2014 to 2018) – project – map

N88: La Mothe – Les Molinieres 14.3km (September 2014 to 2018) – project – map

The list is incomplete. Please help to complete!

 

Germany 

A30: AS Bad Oeynhausen-North – AS Dehme 1.6km (September 2008 to 12th March 2014)

A524: west of AK Duisburg-South – west of AS Duisburg-Rahm 1.9km (February 2010 to Early July 2014)

A44: AS Hessisch Lichtenau-West – AS Hessisch Lichtenau-Center 2.2km (April 2008 to 24th July 2014B243: AS Bad Lauterberg – AS Bad Sachsa 8.6km (October 2008 to 5th September 2014)

A66: AS Neuhof-South – AS Neuhof-North 3.7km (October 2005 to 13th September 2014A4: AS Düren – AS Kerpen 12.9km (September 2008 to 17th September 2014) [direction Cologne] A4: AS Düren – AS Kerpen 12.9km (September 2008 to 20th September 2014) [direction Aachen; discontinuation: 12.8kmA281: AS Bremen-Seehausen – AS Bremen-Strom 4.1km (April 2009 to 29th September 2014A62: south of AS Weselberg – Schwarzbach viaduct 3.6km (September 2013 to Late September 2014) [2nd c/w]

A14: AS Colbitz – AS Wolmirstedt 5.7km (November 2011 to 29th October 2014)

A4: AS Magdala – AS Jena-Göschwitz 11.8km (May 2007 to 30th October 2014) [direction Erfurt] –A4: AS Magdala – AS Jena-Göschwitz 11.8km (May 2007 to 18th November 2014) [direction Dresden; discontinuation: 12.6km] A26: AS Horneburg – AS Jork 4.6km (Summer 2006 to 28th November 2014) [direction Stade

A21: south of Nettelsee – Stolpe 2km (February 2012 to 2nd December 2014)

B2: AS Roth-Otto-Lilienthal-Kaserne – south of Untersteinbach 3.3km (October 2012 to 5th December 2014)

B50: AK Wittlich – AS Platten 5.4km (May 2003 to 15th December 2014) – project – map

A71: Etzleben – AS Sömmerda-East 11.4km (June 2010 to August 2015) – project – map

A23: AS Itzehoe-Center – AS Itzehoe-South 4.5km (January 2007 to Late 2015) – project – map

A14: AK Schwerin – AS Grabow 16.2km (November 2012 to Late 2015) – ? – map

A14: AS Groß Warnow – AS Karstädt 11.5km (October 2013 to Late 2015) – project – map

B535: AS Mannheim-Friedrichsfeld – AS Schwetzingen-Center 1.9km (December 2010 to Mid December 2015) [2nd c/w] – project – map

A26: AS Horneburg – AS Jork 4.6km (Summer 2006 to Mid 2016) [direction Hamburg] – project –A448: AS Altenbochum (East) – AK Bochum/Witten 1.4km (October 2012 to 2016) – project – map

B49: Solms – AS Oberbiel-East 3.2km (May 2010 to 2016) – project – map

A46: AS Bestwig – AS Nuttlar 5.6km (September 2009 to 2nd half-year 2016) – ? – map

B266: AS Bad Neuenahr (A573) – AS Bad Neuenahr-East 1.8km (February 2009 to Fall 2016) – project A661: AS Frankfurt-Friedberger Landstraße – AS Frankfurt-East 2.2km (November 2007 to Late 2016) [2nd c/w] – project – map

A30: AS Gohfeld – AS Bad Oeynhausen-North 5.3km (September 2008 to Late 2016) [discontinuation: 1.4km] – project – map

A30: AS Dehme – AS Bad Oeynhausen-East 1.9km (September 2008 to Late 2016) – project – map

A33: AS Halle-Künsebeck – AS Bielefeld-Center 7.9km (September 2009 to Late 2016) – project –A44: AS Hessisch Lichtenau-East – Hasselbach 4.3km (September 2010 to 2017) – project – map

A44: Hasselbach – AS Waldkappel 6.1km (March 2011 to 2017) – project – map

A44: AS Heiligenhaus – AS Heiligenhaus-Hetterscheidt 4.9km (April 2010 to 2017) – project – map

A448: AS Altenbochum (West) – AS Altenbochum (East) 1.9km (October 2012 to 2017) – project

A448: rededication AD Bochum-West – AS Altenbochum (West) 7.8km (2017) – project – map

A44: west of AK Jackerath – AK Holz 10.2km (May 2012 to 2017) [discontinuation: 2.2km] – project –

A72: AS Borna-North – AS Rötha 9.5km (July 2013 to 2017) – project – map

B85: Piendling – Untertraubenbach 3.2km (March 2014 to October 2017) – project – map

A8: AS Merzig-Wellingen – AS Merzig-Schwemlingen 3.5km (April 2015 to November 2017) [2nd c/w]

B33: Waldsiedlung – AS Reichenau 0.9km (June 2014 to Late 2017) – ? – map

A21: north of AS Nettelsee – south of Nettelsee 2km (February 2012 to Late 2017) – project – map

B50: AS Platten – Longkamp 19.9km (July 2009 to 2018) – project – map

B10: Wallmersbach – west of Hinterweidenthal 2.1km (June 2010 to 2018) – project – map

B10: west of Hinterweidenthal – Hinterweidenthal 1.7km (September 2013 to 2018) – project – map

B49: Landfill site Beselich – Beselich/Merenberg 3.4km (May 2011 to 2018) – project – map

B33: AS Offenburg-Elgersweier (B3) – AS Gengenbach-North 5.2km (2012 to 2018) – ? – map

A33: AS Halle – Halle-Künsebeck 4.0km (December 2012 to 2018) – project – map

B30: AS Ravensburg-Süd – AS Karrer 3.4km (July 2013 to 2018) – project – map

B15n: AS Ergoldsbach – AS Essenbach (A92) 9.0km (August 2013 to 2018) – project – map

B300: AS Dasing (A8) – AS Aichach-West ~ 4km (October 2014 to 2018) – project – map

B101: AS Thyrow – AS Trebbin-North 5.0km (May 2015 to Late 2018) – project – map

A44: AS Helsa-East – AS Hessisch Lichtenau-West 6.1km (May 2010 to 2019) – project – map

A94: AS Pastetten – AS Dorfen 17.4km (April 2012 to 2019) – project – map

A33: AS Borgholzhausen – AS Halle 8.6km (December 2012 to 2019) – project – map

B51: north of Belm – AS Belm (A33) 4.5km (February 2015 to Late 2019) – project – map

A33: AS Belm (B51) – south of AS Osnabrück-Schinkel 2.2km (February 2015 to Late 2019) – project

A49: AS Neuental – AS Schwalmstadt 11.8km (March 2011 to 2020) – project – map

A98: AD Hochrhein – AS Rheinfelden-Karsau 2.5km (March 2009 to Late 2020) – project – map

A26: AS Jork – AS Buxtehude 4.5km (Summer 2006 to Late 2020) – project – map

A26: AS Buxtehude – AS Neu Wulmstorf 4.1km (September 2013 to Late 2020) – project – map

B31: Immenstaad – Friedrichshafen/Waggershausen 7.1km (November 2014 to Late 2020) – project

A100: AD Neukölln – AS Am Treptower Park 3.2km (May 2013 to 2022) – project – map

 

Greece

A1: Roditsa – Anthili (A3) 4km (2006 to 16th February 2015) – ? – map

A1: Raches – Agia Marina 19.2km (2007 to 16th March 2015) [direction Lamia] – ? – map

A1: Raches – Agia Marina 19.2km (2007 to 19th March 2015) [direction Larissa] – ? – map

A29: Krystalopigi – Koromilia 15km (2012 to June 2015) – project – map

A1: Skotina – Aegani 10km (2008 to October 2016) – project – map

A1: Pyrgetos – Evangelismos 14km (2008 to October 2016) – project – map

A3: Trikala – Xuniada ~90km (2008 to 2016) – project – map

A25: Kato Christos – Strymoniko ~21km (? to 2016) – project – map

A25: Neo Petritsi – Kamaroto ~10km (? to 2016) – project – map

A27: Niki – Florina 14.5km (2011 to 2016) – project – map

A52: Aktio – Loutraki 35km (2009 to 2016) – ? – map

A52: Loutraki – Ambraktia (A5) 13km (2009 to 2016) – ? – map

A3: Panagia (A2) – Trikala ~50km (2008 to > 2016) – project – map

A3: Xuniada – Anthili (A1) ~35km (2008 to > 2016) – project – map

A5: Kefalovryso – Antirrio 43km (2008 to 2017) – project – map

A5: Sellades – Kouvaras 53km (2008 to 2017) – project – map

A5: Ioannina (A2) – Filippiada 50km (2008 to 2017) – project – map

A8: Patra-Rio (A5/A9) – Korinthos (A7) 120km (2008 to 2017) – project – map

A5: Patra-Mintilogli – Pyrgos 75km (2008 to suspended) – project – map

A7: Thouria – Kalamata-East 11km (? to suspended) – ? – map

A71: Leuktro (A7) – Sparti 46km (? to suspended) – project – map

 

Hungary

M86: Szombathely – Vat 9.2km (September 2009 to 28th June 2014) – ? – map

M3: Vaja/Mateszalka – Vasarosnameny 11.9km (May 2013 to 10th October 2014) – project – map

M85: Kony – Enese 2.3km (June 2013 to 16th June 2015) – ? – map

M85: Rabapatona – Györ (M1) 6.8km (June 2013 to 16th June 2015) – ? – map

M43: Mako – HU/RO border 23.1km (October 2012 to 15th July 2015) – project – map

M60: Keszü – Pecs 1.8km (January 2014 to July 2015) [1st c/w] – project – map

M85: Csorna-East – Kony 3.7km (June 2013 to Early September 2015) – ? – map

M86: Szilsarkany – Csorna-East 12.5km (June 2013 to Late September 2015) – ? – map

M86: Szeleste – Hegyfalu 7.5km (October 2013 to October 2015) – ? – map

M86: Hegyfalu – Szilsarkany 33.4km (October 2013 to November 2016) – ? – map

M4: Abony – Törökszentmiklos 28.9km (October 2013 to suspended) – project – map

 

Ireland

M11: Rathnew – Arklow-North 16.5km (June 2013 to August 2015) – project – map

N17: Tuam-North – Tuam-West 4.2km (May 2014 to February 2018) – project – map

M17: Tuam-West – Rathmorrisy (M6) 25.5km (May 2014 to February 2018) – project – map

M18: Rathmorrisy (M6) – Gort 27.7km (May 2014 to February 2018) – project – map

 

Italy

SS727: Forli (A14) – Forli-Zona Industriale 4.4km (June 2012 to 26th June 2014) – project – map

A31: Albettone/Barbarano – Agugliaro 6.6km (September 2005 to 1st July 2014) – project – map

A35: Melzo (A58) – Brescia 62km (Summer 2009 to 23rd July 2014) – project – map

A58: Pozzuolo Martesana (SP103) – Comazzo 7km (June 2012 to 23rd July 2014) – project – map

SP14 Milan: Segrate – Vignate 6.7km (2010 to 23rd July 2014) – project – map

SP14 Milan: Vignate – Liscate (A58) 5.2km (2010 to 23rd July 2014) – project – map

SS106: Nova Siri Scalo bypass 5km (September 2011 to 5th November 2014) – project – map

A31: Santa Margherita d’Adige – Badia Polesine (SS434) 18km (September 2005 to 15th December 2014) – project – map

SS77: Colfiorito – Bavareto 9km (November 2009 to 16th January 2015) – project – map

A60: Azzate Buguggiate (A8) – Ponte di Vedano (SS712) 4.5km (2010 to 25th January 2015)

A36: Cassano Magnago (A8) – Lomazzo (A9) 15km (February 2010 to 26th January 2015) – project

A31: Noventa Vicentina – Santa Margherita d’Adige 7km (September 2005 to 23rd March 2015)

A52: Fiera di Milano (A8) – Novate Milanese ~2km (April 2014 to 27th April 2015) – project – map

A58: Ornate (A4) – Pozzuolo Martesana (SP103) 9km (2012 to 16th May 2015) – project – map

A58: Comazzo – Cerro al Lambro (A1) 17km (2012 to 16th May 2015) – project – map

A59: Grandate (A9) – Albate 3km (2010 to 23rd May 2015) – project – map

SS640: Agrigento – Canicatti 8km (March 2009 to June 2015) – project – map

SS106: Roccella Jonica-Canne – Gioiosa-East 8km (? to June 2015) – project – map

SS106: Gioiosa-East – Gioiosa Jonica 3.5km (September 2011 to June 2015) – project – map

A31: Agugliaro – Noventa Vicentina 6km (September 2005 to July 2015) – project – map

SS199: west of Olbia-South (SS131DCN) – Olbia-Airport 2.5km (June 2012 to August 2015) – project

SS318: Casacastalda – Valfabbrica 6.8km (< 2007 to August 2015) – project – map

SS597: Codrongianos (SS131) – Ploaghe 2.4km (September 2013 to October 2015) – project – map

SS534: Spezzano Albanese-Terme – Sibari Marina 14km (November 2013 to 24th December 2015) SS318: Valfabbrica – Pianello 8.5km (2009 to 2015) – project – map

A1var: La Quercia – Aglio 37km (2004 to 2015) – project – map

A1var: Aglio – Barberino 6km (2004 to 2015) [2nd c/w] – project – map

A12: Tarquinia-Tuscania-Viterbo – Civitavecchia-Aurelia 14.5km (October 2011 to 2015) – project

SP103 Milan: Pioltello – Pozzuolo Martesana (A58) 6.8km (2008 to 2015) – project – map

SP415 Lodi: Spino d’Adda – Dovera 6.5km (July 2013 to 2015) – project – map

SS77: Foligno (SS3) – Colfiorito 19km (November 2009 to 2015) – project – map

SS77: Bavareto – Pontelatrave 8km (November 2009 to 2015) – project – map

SS96 Barese: Mellitto – Toritto 5.4km (March 2010 to 2015) – ? – map

A36: Lomazzo (A9) – Lentate sul Seveso (SS35) 7.5km (October 2012 to Late 2015) – project – map

Pedemontana Veneta: Thiene (A31) – Breganze 5.7km (November 2011 to Late 2015) – project

SS597: Monti/Telti – Enas 7.2km (December 2013 to February 2016) – project – map

SS597: Ploaghe – Ardara 9.4km (September 2013 to March 2016) – project – map

SS597: Enas – west of Olbia-South (SS131DCN) 8.4km (December 2013 to April 2016) – project – map

SS223: Monticiano – Civitella Paganico 11km (2013 to Spring 2016) – project – map

SS597: Berchidda – Monti-West 9.4km (June 2014 to June 2016) – project – map

SS640: Cannemaschi – Caltanissetta (A19) 34km (April 2012 to July 2016) – project – map

SR8: Talsano-North – Pulsano-East 11km (August 2014 to August 2016) – ? – map

SS96 Barese: Altamura – Mellitto 10km (December 2013 to December 2016) – ? – map

Pedemontana Veneta: Montecchio Maggiore (A4) – Montecchio Maggiore (SR11) 1.2km (October 2014 to 2016) – project – map

SS597: Monti-West – Monti/Telti 6.4km (February 2015 to February 2017) – project – map

SS597: Martis (SS132) – west of Oschiri 11.9km (August 2014 to March 2017) – project – map

SS76: Albacina – Serra San Quirico 11km (Early 2009 to 2017) [2nd c/w] – project – map

SS76: Fossato di Vico – Cancelli di Fabriano 7km (Early 2009 to 2017) – project – map

A18: Rosolini – Modica 19km (June 2014 to December 2017) – project – map

SS96 Barese: Toritto – Modungo/Bitetto 9km (December 2013 to December 2017) – ? – map

Pedemontana Veneta: Montecchio Maggiore-North – Thiene (A31) 22km (October 2014 to 2018)

Pedemontana Veneta: Breganze – Marostica 9km (October 2014 to 2018) – project – map

Pedemontana Veneta: Marostica – Rosa (SS47) 8.5km (February 2013 to 2018) – project – map

Pedemontana Veneta: Rosa (SS47) – Mussolente/Loria 5km (October 2014 to 2018) – project – map

SS16: Maglie – Otranto 14.1km (June 2013 to ?) – ? – map

The list is incomplete. Please help to complete!

 

Kosovo

M9: Gllareve – Gjergjice 10km (June 2014 to Late 2015) – ? – map

R6: Prishtina – Hani i Elezit 55km (October 2014 to Late 2017) – ? – map

 

Latvia

A12: Ludza – Nirza 17.8km (2008 to 1st October 2014) [1st c/w] – project – map

 

Luxembourg

A7: Lorentzweiler – Waldhaff 8.5km (? to 23rd September 2015) – project – map

A13: west of Hellange – east of Hellange 1.4km (October 2014 to Spring 2016) – project – map

 

Macedonia

A1: Demir Kapija – Smokvica 28.2km (2012 to 2016) – project – map

A2: Kichevo – Ohrid 56km (May 2014 to Early 2018) – project – map

A4: Miladinovci (A1) – Stip 47km (February 2014 to 2018) – project – map

 

Morocco

A4: Khouribga – Beni Mellal 95km (April 2010 to 17th May 2014) – ? – map

?: Casablanca-Route d’Azemmour – Casablanca-Lissafa (A5) 8km (? to 1st October 2014) – ? – map

A4: Berrechid (A7) – Khouribga 75km (April 2010 to 2015) – ? – map

A3: Rabat-East (A1/A2) – Sale El Jadida 5.1km (2010 to Late 2015) – ? – map

A3: Sale El Jadida – Skhirat (A3) 36.0km (2010 to Late 2015) – ? – map

A5: El Jadida – Safi 143km (April 2013 to Early 2016) – ? – map

 

Montenegro

A1: Matesevo – Podgorica-North (M2) 41.0km (May 2015 to April 2017) – project – map

 

The Netherlands

N33: Assen (A28) – Gieten 14km (February 2013 to 12th May 2014) [2nd c/w] – project – map

N33: Gieten – Veendam-South 12km (February 2013 to 26th May 2014) [2nd c/w] – project – map

N33: Veendam-South – Zuitbroek (A7) 11km (February 2013 to 7th July 2014) [2nd c/w] – project – map

N31: Leeumwarden-South (A32) – Leeumwarden-Drachtsterweg 2.5km (Late 2010 to 16th September 2014) [2nd c/w] – ? – map

A4: Dinteloord – Tholen 14km (2011 to 24th November 2014) – project – map

N31: Marssum (A31) – Leeumwarden-South (A32) 8km (Late 2010 to 18th December 2014) – ? – map

N62: Hoogedijk (N61) – Terneuzen-South (Sluiskil Tunnel) 4.8km (November 2011 to 23rd May 2015) – project – map

N261: Waalwijk (A59) – Tilburg-North 7km (September 2012 to Mid 2015) – ? – map

A4: Delft – Schiedam-North 7km (April 2012 to Late 2015) – project – map

N356: Dokkum-South – De Westereen 7km (December 2012 to December 2015) – project – map

N381: Drachten (A7) – Wijnjewoude 5.0km (May 2014 to December 2015) – ? – map

N381: Wijnjewoude – Donkerbroek 5.5km (May 2014 to December 2015) – ? – map

N62: Heinkenszand (A58) – ‘s-Heerenhoek (N254) 5.3km (August 2014 to 2016) – project – map

N356: De Westereen – Burgum 8km (June 2014 to 2016) – project – map

A2: Maastricht-Kruisdonk – Maastricht-Europaplein 3km (2010 to Late 2016) – project – map

A9: Badhoevedorp – Raasdorp 4km (December 2013 to 2017) [discontinuation: 4km] – project – map

N279: ‘s-Hertogenbosch (A2) – Veghel (A50) 13km (February 2015 to November 2017) – ? – map

N31: Midlum – south of Harlingen 3km (December 2014 to Late 2017) – project – map

 

Norway

E18: Langaker – Gulli 24km (Fall 2010 to 4th July 2014) [2nd c/w] – project – map

E18: Momarken – Melleby 7.7km (2012 to 1st October 2014) – ? – map

E6: Skaberud – Labdalen 8km (2012 to 24th November 2014) – project – map

E6: Langset – Minnesund 2km (2012 to 27th November 2014) – project – map

E16: Slomarka – Kongsvinger 16.5km (2011 to 27th November 2014) – project – map

E6: Labdalen – Korslund 9km (2012 to 13th December 2014) – project – map

E6: Korslund – Langset 3.8km (2012 to 25th June 2015) – project – map

E18: Retvet – Knapstad 6.2km (2013 to 2016) – project – map

Rv4: Lunner/Gran – Jaren 9.3km (2013 to 2016) – project – map

E39: Sandved – Hove 1.5km (February 2015 to June 2017) [2nd c/w] – project – map

E18: Sky – Bommestad 7km (2013 to 2017) – project – map

E39: Tasta – Schancheholen 4.5km (April 2014 to 2019) – project – map

Rv13: Madlaveien (E39) – Hundvag 5.7km (May 2014 to 2019) – project – map

E16: Voyenenga – Sandvika (E18) 3.5km (February 2015 to 2020) – project – map

 

Pakistan

E2: Bakhshi Pull-Charsadda Road – Budai Village (N5) 7.6km (February 2010 to September 2014) – ? – map

M4: Faisalabad – Gojra 58km (August 2009 to 16th March 2015) – ? – map

M4: Khanewl – Multan 54km (August 2009 to September 2015) – ? – map

M9: Hyderabad – Karachi 136km (March 2015 to September 2017) – ? – map

E2: Garhi Ameer Khan-Warsak Road – Bakhshi Pull-Charsadda Road 11.6km (December 2014 to ?) – ? – map

E35: Hassan Abdal (M1) – Jharee Kas 40km (November 2014 to ?) – ? – map

E35: Jharee Kas – Sarai Saleh 19km (November 2014 to ?) – ? – map

 

 

 

Poland (map, summary and outlook)

S8: Roza (S14) – Rzgow 17.3km (October 2011 to 11th April 2014) – project – map

S14: Dobron – Roza (S8) 3.3km (October 2011 to 11th April 2014) – project – map

A1: Wloclawek-West – Kowal 21.0km (June 2010 to 30th April 2014) – project – map

S3: Gorzow Wielkopolski-South − Skwierzyna-West 18.5km (July 2011 to 15th May 2014) – project – map

S3: Skwierzyna-West − Miedzyrzecz-North 19.1km (July 2011 to 15th May 2014) – project – map

A1: Swierklany – Mszana 7.2km (November 2007 to 23rd May 2014) – project – map

DK1: Tychy-Wartoglowiec (DK86) – Tychy-Cielmice 6.4km (September 2011 to 1st August 2014) – project – map

S8: Lask – Roza (S14) 9.2km (October 2011 to 8th August 2014) – project – map

DW902: Zabrze/Gliwice-Sosnica – Zabrze-Guido 2.7km (May 2012 to 8th August 2014) – project – map

S5: Rydzyna – Korzensko 29.3km (August 2010 to 15th September 2014) – project – map

S17: Jastkow – Lublin-Slawinek (S19) 9.1km (June 2011 to 25th September 2014) – project – map

DK19: Lublin-Slawinek (S17/S19) – Lublin-Slawin 5.8km (August 2012 to 25th September 2014) – project – map

S17: Lublin-Rudnik (S19) – Lublin-Felin 13.0km (December 2011 to 15th October 2014) – project – map

S8: Wielun– Zloczew 19.0km (January 2012 to 29th October 2014) – project – map

S8: Zloczew – Sieradz-South 19.6km (January 2012 to 29th October 2014) – project – map

A4: Tarnow-North – Debica-East 34.8km (July 2010 to 30th October 2014) – project – map

S17: Lublin-Slawinek (S19) – Lublin-Rudnik (S19) 9.6km (December 2011 to 31st October 2014) – project – map

DW902: Gliwice-Kujawska – Zabrze/Gliwice-Sosnica 3.2km (July 2012 to 5th November 2014) – project – map

S69: Bielsko-Biala-Mikuszowice – Buczkowice 6.0km (August 2010 to 6th November 2014) – project – map

S61: Suwalki-South – Raczki 13.0km (December 2012 to 6th November 2014) – project – map

S8: Sieradz-South – Lask 33.6km (January 2012 to 29th November 2014) – project – map

S11: Poznan-Rokietnica – Poznan-Tarnowo Podgorne 5.3km (April 2013 to 19th December 2014) – project – map

S8: Warsaw-Janki (DK7) – Opacz (S2) 6.3km (March 2014 to Late June 2015) – project – map

S69: Buczkowice – Zywiec-Sola 9.6km (August 2010 to July 2015) – project – map

DK89: Gdansk-Letnica – Gdansk-Przerobka 2.4km (October 2011 to October 2015) – project – map

S8: rededication Warsaw-Powazkowska – Warsaw-Modlinska 4.6km (October 2015) – project – map

S61: Szczuczyn bypass 8.0km (August 2012 to December 2015) [1st c/w] – project – map

S8: Paszkow – Warsaw-Janki (DK7) 3.8km (March 2014 to December 2015) – project – map

DK7: Warsaw-Janki (S8) – Sekocin Las 3.1km (September 2014 to December 2015) – project – map

DW902: Gliwice-Jezioranskiego – Gliwice-Kujawska 5.6km (December 2012 to Early 2016) – project – map

A4: Rzeszow-East – Jaroslaw-West 41.2km (September 2010 to May 2016) – project – map

A1: Lodz-North (A2) – Tuszyn 38.6km (March 2013 to August 2016) – project – map

S8: Rzgow – Lodz-South (A1) 4.7km (October 2011 to August 2016) [opening with A1] – project – map

S19: Lublin-Slawinek (S17) – Lublin-Weglin 10.8km (November 2014 to November 2016) – project – map

S8: Zambrow-East – Mezenin 15.4km (August 2014 to December 2016) – project – map

S7: Radom-South – Skarzysko-Kamienna-North 22.0km (July 2014 to April 2017) – project – map

S3: Gorzow Wielkopolski-North – Gorzow Wielkopolski-South 11.7km (October 2014 to April 2017) [2nd c/w] – project – map

S7: Milomlyn-North – Milomlyn-South 2.6km (November 2014 to April 2017) [2nd c/w] – project – map

S7: Milomlyn-South – Ostroda-North 6.9km (November 2014 to April 2017) – project – map

S7: Nidzica-North – Napierki 22.7km (March 2015 to May 2017) – ? – map

S7: Jedrzejow-East – Moczydlo 19.9km (October 2014 to May 2017) – project – map

S51: Olsztyn-South – Olsztynek-East 13.3km (March 2015 to May 2017) – project – map

S3: Miedzyrzecz-North – Miedzyrzecz-South 6.4km (November 2014 to June 2017) [2nd c/w] – project – map

S7: Ostroda-South (DK16) – Olsztynek-West (S51) 20.1km (April 2015 to June 2017) – project – map

S7: Krakow-Nowa Huta – Krakow-Rybitwy 4.5km (August 2014 to July 2017) – project – map

S5: Mielno – Gniezno-South 18.3km (December 2014 to July 2017) – project – map

S8: Marki – Drewnica (S17) 2.6km (February 2015 to July 2017) – ? – map

S8: Prosienica – Zambrow-West 14.9km (March 2015 to July 2017) – ? – map

S8: Mezenin – Jezewo 14.3km (March 2015 to July 2017) – ? – map

S11: Ostrow Wielkopolski-East – Ostrow Wielkopolski-South 12.8km (January 2015 to July 2017) – project – map

S11: Mieszkow – Jarocin 7.5km (February 2015 to August 2017) – project – map

S3: Sulechow – Zielona Gora-North 13.4km (April 2015 to August 2017) [2nd c/w] – project – map

S19: Swilcza – Rzeszow-South 6.3km (May 2015 to August 2017) – project – map

S7: Ostroda North – Ostroda South (DK16) 9.7km (June 2015 to August 2017) – project – map

DK16: Ornowo – Ostroda South (S7) 8.7km (June 2015 to August 2017) – project – map

S7: Kielce-South – Jedrzejow-North 21.5km (June 2015 to October 2017) – ? – map

S5: Korzensko – Kroscina 15.0km (September 2014 to October 2017) – project – map

DK15: Latkowo – Markowice 18.9km (April 2015 to November 2017) – ? – map

S5: Kroscina – Marcinowo 13.8km (November 2014 to December 2017) – project – map

S5: Marcinowo – Wroclaw-North (A8) 19.3km (November 2014 to December 2017) – project – map

 

Portugal

A13: Coimbra – Almalagues 7km (April 2012 to 25th April 2014) – ? – map

A16: Brandoa (A36) – Pontinha 0.8km (January 2009 to 21st November 2014) – ? – map

A4: Padronelo – Vila Real 25.4km (June 2009 to March 2016) – ? – map

IP2: Evora-North (A6) – Evora-South 12km (2011 to 2016) – ? – map

A26-1: Santo Andre – Sines (A26) 10.8km (September 2010 to 2016) – ? – map

A26: Santiago do Cacem-West – Roncao 15.8km (September 2010 to 2016) [2nd c/w] – ? – map

A26: Roncao – Azinheira (IC1) 23km (September 2010 to suspended) – ? – map

A26: Azinheira (IC1) – Santa Margarida do Sado 7km (September 2010 to suspended) – ? – map

A26: Santa Margarida do Sado – Figueira dos Cavaleiros 12km (September 2010 to suspended) – ? – map

A26: Figueira dos Cavaleiros – Sao Brissos 26.5km (September 2010 to suspended) – ? – map

 

Romania (map and summary; summary)

A1: Cunta – Saliste 22.1km (2011 to 14th November 2014) – project – map

A1: Nadlac – Pecica 27km (October 2011 to 19th December 2014) – ? – map

A1: Pecica – Arad-West 10.5km (October 2011 to June 2015) – project – map

A1: HU/RO border – Nadlac 1km (October 2011 to 15th July 2015) – ? – map

A1: Timisoara-East – Balint (A6) 35.6km (2011 to Late 2015) – ? – map

A3: Bucharest-Gherghitei Street – Bucharest Ring Road 6.5km (April 2012 to >= 2015) [contract canceled] – ? – map

A10: Turda (A3) – Decea 16.3km (July 2014 to March 2016) – ? – map

A10: Decea – Aiud 12.5km (July 2014 to March 2016) – ? – map

A1: Dumbrava – Margina 15km (2013 to May 2016) – project – map

A1: Dobra – Ilia 10km (2013 to May 2016) – ? – map

A1: Ilia – Soimus 22.1km (2013 to May 2016) – ? – map

A3: Nadaselu – Gilau 8.7km (July 2014 to 2016) – ? – map

A10: Aiud – Alba Iulia-North 24.2km (Spring 2015 to October 2016) – ? – map

A10: Alba Iulia-North – Sebes (A1) 17km (Spring 2015 to October 2016) – ? – map

A1: Margina – Dobra 25km (2013 to >= 2016) – ? – map

A3: Bors – Suplacu de Barcau 60.1km (2004 to suspended) – project – map

 

Russia

A180: Ust Luga Seaport – Kotelskiy-South 24km (? to 4th October 2014) – ? – map

M5: Bronnitsy-West (A107) – Starnikovo 12.1km (March 2013 to 15th October 2014) – ? – map

M7: Kushnarenkovo-West – Kushnarenkovo-South 11km (? to 16th October 2014) – ? – map

A229: Zaozerye – Kurgan 17km (? to 8th November 2014) – ? – map

M11: Bologoye – Torzhok-North 66km (Early 2012 to 28th November 2014) – project – map

M11: Solnechnogorsk – Bibliotetschny prospekt (MKAD) 43.1km (September 2011 to 23rd December 2014) – project – map

P242: Lobanovo – Koyanovo 6.8km (Late 2012 to 2015) – project – map

M5: Travniki – west of Timiryazevskiy 11km (Summer 2012 to 2015) – ? – map

M4: Voronezh – Rogachevka 29km (April 2014 to 2016) – ? – map

M7: Vyazovka – Sheloksha 14.7km (2008/09 to 2016) – ? – map

ZSD: Saint Petersburg-Staraya Derevnya – Saint Petersburg-Petrolesport 11.7km (March 2013 to 2016) – project – map

A121: Sosnovo – Keppo 22.8km (? to 2016) – ? – map

M10: Ogonki – Beloostrov 18km (December 2014 to May 2018) – ? – map

M11: Veliky Novgorod – Bologoye 217km (Early 2014 to 2018) – project – map

CKAD: Chirikovo (A130) – Belye Stolby (M4) 49.5km (August 2014 to 2018) – project – map

P23: Zaytsevo – Bolshiye Kolpany 23km (Spring 2014 to 2018) – ? – map

A180: Kotelskiy-South – Alekseevka 16km (? to ?) – ? – map

The list is incomplete. Please help to complete

 

Serbia

A1: Batajnica i/c 2.6km (< 2006 to 29th November 2014) [2nd c/w] – project – map

A1: Prevalac – Donji Neradovac 16.2km (April 2012 to September 2015) – project – map

A4: Prosek – Crvena Reka 22.5km (March 2012 to September 2015) – project – map

A4: Ciflik – Stanicenje 12.1km (June 2013 to September 2015) – project – map

A4: Stanicenje – Pirot-East 16.7km (June 2013 to September 2015) – project – map

A1: Grabovnica – Grdelica 5.6km (June 2012 to November 2015) – project – map

A1: Vladicin han – Prevalac 10.1km (April 2012 to November 2015) – project – map

A1: Dobanovci – west of Ostruznica bridge ~10km (May 2014 to Fall 2015) [2nd c/w] – project – map

A4: Pirot-East – Dimitrovgrad-West 14.3km (2010 to December 2015) – project – map

A4: Dimitrovgrad-West – Gradinje 8.6km (2010 to December 2015) – project – map

A4: Crvena Reka – Ciflik 12.7km (October 2011 to Late 2015) – project – map

A2: Ljig – Boljkovci 10.7km (2012 to Late 2015) [1st c/w] – project – map

A2: Boljkovci – Takovo 12.6km (2012 to Late 2015) [1st c/w] – project – map

A2: Takovo – Preljina 17.1km (2012 to Late 2015) [1st c/w] – project – map

A2: Ljig – Boljkovci 10.7km (2012 to August 2016) [2nd c/w] – project – map

A2: Boljkovci – Takovo 12.6km (2012 to August 2016) [2nd c/w] – project – map

A2: Takovo – Preljina 17.1km (2012 to August 2016) [2nd c/w] – project – map

A1: Grdelica – Caricina dolina 11.8km (September 2013 to September 2016) [2nd c/w] – project – map

A1: Caricina dolina – Vladicin han 14.3km (September 2013 to April 2017) – project – map

A2: Obrenovac – Ub 26.2km (August 2014 to 2017) – project – map

A2: Ub – Lajkovac 12.5km (Mid 2010 to 2017) [completed November 2014; to be opened with neighboring section] – project – map

A2: Lajkovac – Ljig 24.0km (August 2014 to 2017) – project – map

M24: Badnjevac – Gradac 3.0km (Late 2011 to ?) – ? – map

M24: Gradac – Batocina 3.7km (July 2012 to ?) – ? – map

M24: Botunje – Badnjevac 3.5km (May 2013 to ?) – ? – map

 

Slovakia (map)

R2: Lovcica – north of Lovca 4.2km (November 2012 to 15th December 2014) [1st c/w] – project – map

R2: north of Lovca – Lovca (R1) 1.6km (November 2012 to 15th December 2014) – project – map

D1: Dubna Skala – Turany 16.5km (December 2011 to 1st July 2015) – project – map

R3: Martin (D1) – Martin 1.7km (December 2011 to 1st July 2015) – project – map

D1: Janovce – Levoca 9.0km (June 2011 to September 2015) – project – map

D1: Fricovce – Svinia 11.2km (December 2011 to October 2015) – project – map

D1: Levoca – Jablonov 9.5km (June 2012 to November 2015) – project – map

R2: Pstrusa – Krivan 10.4km (November 2013 to December 2015) – project – map

R2: Ruskovce – Pravotice 9.6km (January 2014 to May 2016) [1st c/w] – project – map

R2: Zvolen-East – Pstrusa 7.8km (September 2014 to July 2016) – project – map

D3: Svrcinovec – Skalite-West 12.3km (October 2013 to October 2016) [1st c/w] – project – map

D3: Skalite-West – Skalite-East 3.0km (November 1997 to October 2016) [1st c/w] – project – map

D1: Hubova – Ivachnova 15.3km (February 2014 to May 2017) – project – map

D3: Zilina-Strazov – Zilina-Brodno 4.3km (June 2014 to June 2017) – project – map

D1: Hricovske Podhradie – Lietavska Lucka 11.3km (February 2014 to January 2018) – project – map

D1: Lietavska Lucka – Dubna Skala 13.5km (June 2014 to December 2019) – project – map

 

Slovenia

H6: Izola – Semedela 5.2km (September 2010 to 5th June 2015) – project – map

 

Spain (map)

A8: Carreira – Mondonedo 16.8km (? to 3rd February 2014) – ? – map

A7: El Puntalon (GR16) – Carchuna 6.1km (? to 29th March 2014) – ? – map

GR16: Port of Motril – El Puntalon (A7) 2km (? to 29th March 2014) – ? – map

A38: Cales i Talaies – Benidorm 6.2km (? to 10th April 2014) [2nd c/w] – ? – map

C13: Termens-South – Vilanova de la Barca-South ~ 5km (? to 16th April 2014) – ? – map

A23: Congosto de Isuela – Nueno 3km (2012 to 18th June 2014) [1st c/w] – ? – map

A7: Taramay – Guadalfeo 10.1km (? to 26th June 2014) – ? – map

A12: Hervias – Hormilla 11.4km (? to 9th July 2014) – project – map

AS17: Tiriana Buenavista – Rianu (AS117) 8.0km (March 2009 to 11th July 2014) – ? – map

A23: Sabinanigo-East – Sabinanigo-South 3km (< 2009 to 14th July 2014) – ? – map

VA30: Cabezon de Pisuerga (A62) – La Cisterniga (VA11) 13.1km (? to 22nd July 2014) – ? – map

A23: Congosto de Isuela – Nueno 3km (2012 to 30th July 2014) [2nd c/w] – ? – map

A8: Pendueles – La Franca 7.8km (? to 7th August 2014) – ? – map

A8: San Vitores – Solares 2.5km (? to 7th August 2014) – ? – map

A23: Alto de Monrepos – Arguis 3.2km (2012 to 10th October 2014) – ? – map

M509: Villanueva del Pardillo – Majadahonda (M50) 5.1km (? to 15th December 2014) – ? – map

LO20: El Junquillo – Recajo 4km (? to 18th December 2014) [1st c/w] – ? – map

A2: Sils – Caldes de Malavella 6.7km (2009 to 22nd December 2014) – ? – map

A7: Castillo de Banos – Albunol 14.8km (? to 23rd December 2014) – ? – map

A8: La Franca – Unquera 4.5km (? to 30th December 2014) – ? – map

AG51: Salvatera de Mino (AG55) – PLISAN 4.5km (2011 to 7th/8th February 2015) [southern part (2.5km) closed until PLISAN opening] – ? – map

LO20: El Junquillo – Recajo 4km (? to 17th February 2015) [2nd c/w] – ? – map

AC14: As Lonzas – A Zapateira 4.2km (2011 to 14th March 2015) – project – map

EX-A1: Coria-West – Coria-East 5km (2009 to 20th March 2015) – project – map

EL20: Elche-Nou Altabix – Elche-El Travalo 1.5km (2007 to 22nd March 2015) – project – map

GI632: Antzuola – Zumarraga 2.6km (2010 to 25th March 2015) – ? – map

A7: La Gorgoracha (A44) – El Puntalon 6.5km (? to 30th March 2015) – ? – map

A12: El Espino (LO20) – Los Corrales 2.6km (? to 30th March 2015) – project – map

A15: Radona – Huertas de Sincona ~10km (? to 30th March 2015) – ? – map

A44: Calicasas – Albolote (A92) 4.8km (2006 to 30th March 2015) – project – map

A44: Albolote (A92) – Atarfe (N432) 3km (2007 to 30th March 2015) – project – map

A54: Guntin-North – Nadela (A6) 23.3km (? to 30th March 2015) – ? – map

A11: Castrillo de la Vega – Fresnillo de las Duenas 13.7km (? to 31st March 2015) – ? – map

A66: Castrogonzalo (A6) – Zamora-North 49.0km (August 2013 to 12th May 2015) – ? – map

Ma30: Cas Capita – Son Ferriol 3.5km (July 2013 to 20th May 2015) – ? – map

A334: Albox – Arboleas 8.7km (2007 to Late June 2015) – project – map

A7: Carchuna – Castell de Ferro 10.1km (? to September 2015) – ? – map

BU30: Villatoro (A73) – Villimar ~2km (? to September 2015) [2nd c/w] – ? – map

BU30: Quintanaduenas – Villatoro (A73) ~3km (? to September 2015) – ? – map

LU12: Lugo – Vilamoure 6.5km (? to September 2015) – ? – map

A8: Torrelavega – San Vitores 25.5km (? to Fall 2015) – ? – map

A15: Huertas de Sincona – Medinaceli (A2) ~2km (? to Fall 2015) – ? – map

A2-AP7: Castellbisbal (A2) – Castellbisbal (AP7) 1km (2007 to 2015) – project – map

A16?: Cornellà (A2) – Sant Boi de Llobregat (C32) 2km (2009 to 2015) – project – map

A21: Sigües – A-1601 2.5km (? to 2015) – ? – map

A27: Valls-North – Valls-South 5.7km (? to 2015) – ? – map

A27: Valls-South – Morell 8.7km (? to 2015) – ? – map

A32: Linares-West – Ibros 11.3km (? to 2015) – ? – map

A32: west of Ubeda – east of Ubeda 8km (? to 2015) [2nd c/w] – ? – map

A32: east of Ubeda – east of Torreperogil 8km (? to 2015) – ? – map

A54: Palas-West – Guntin-North 14.9km (? to 2015) – ? – map

A316: west of Mancha Real – north of Mancha Real 8.5km (? to 2015) – project – map

A316: Torrequebradilla – Puente del Obispo-South 6.7km (? to 2015) – project – map

A316: Puente del Obispo-South – Puente del Obispo-North 5.8km (? to 2015) – project – map

A316: Puente del Obispo-North – Baeza-West 4.5km (? to 2015) – project – map

A316: Baeza-West – Ubeda-West 8km (? to 2015) – project – map

AC15: A Coruna Outer Port – Pastoriza (AG55) ~ 5km (< 2011 to 2015) – ? – map

CA35: Cadiz – Barrio Río San Pedro (CA36) 4.8km (? to 2015) – ? – map

A8009: San Jose de la Rinconada-North – San Jose de la Rinconada-South 3km (? to Late 2015) – project – map

FV2: Matas Blancas – El Salmo 14.3km (? to Late 2015) – ? – map

A33: La Font de la Figuera (A35) – Caudete (A31) 12.5km (? to >= 2015) – ? – map

A14: Alguaire – Lleida (A2) ~8km (? to October 2016) – ? – map

AG55: Baio – Carballo-South 27km (2011 to October 2016) – ? – map

A2: Macanet de la Selva (C35) – Sils 2.7km (December 2014 to 2016) – ? – map

A23: Caldearenas – Alto de Monrepos ~ 5km (< 2009 to 2016) – ? – map

AG55: Berdoias – Baio 17km (2011 to 2016) – ? – map

BU30: Villalbilla de Burgos (A231) – Quintanaduenas ~8km (? to 2016) – ? – map

N636: Gerediaga – Elorrio 6.4km (2012 to 2016) – ? – map

A33: Jumilla – Yecla 23.4km (December 2014 to >= 2016) – ? – map

B24: Vallirana-West – Vallirana-East 2.1km (2005 to >= 2016) – project – map

A11: Fresnillo de las Duenas – El Burgo de Osma-West 44km (2009/10 to 2017) – ? – map

A11: El Burgo de Osma-East – La Mallona 33km (2009/10 to 2017) – ? – map

A54: Lavacolla – Arzua-West 18.5km (? to 2017) – ? – map

GI632: Bergara – Antzuola 4.6km (2010 to 2017) [contract canceled] – ? – map

SE40: Espartinas (A49) – Almensilla ?km (? to 2017) – ? – map

SE40: Almensilla – Coria del Rio ?km (? to 2017) – ? – map

SE40: El Copero – Carretera de la Isla (A4) ~2km (? to Late 2017) – ? – map

SE40: Carretera de la Isla (A4) – Torrequinto (A376) 4.1km (? to Late 2017) – ? – map

A21: Puente la Reina de Jaca – Santa Cilia 7.2km (? to > 2017) – ? – map

A60: Puente Villarente – Santas Martas-South 20km (? to > 2017) – ? – map

A44: Atarfe (N432) – Santa Fe (A92G) 3km (2007 to <= 2018) – project – map

B21: L´Hospitalet (B10/C31) – Harbor Barcelona 3.5km (December 2014 to March 2018) – ? – map

RM1: Beniajan – Zenata 7km (March 2015 to 2020) – ? – map

A38: Cullera – Favara (AP-7) 10km (? to ?) – ? – map

AG42: Tui-South (AP9) – Tomino 4km (2011 to ?) – ? – map

B40: Olesa de Montserrat – Viladecavalls (C16) 6km (2007 to ?) – project – map

A21: Santa Cilia – Jaca-West 9.0km (? to suspended) – ? – map

A23: Lanave – Caldearenas 14.4km (< 2009 to suspended) – ? – map

A23: Arguis – Congosto de Isuela 3km (? to suspended) [2nd c/w] – ? – map

A27: Montblanc-East – Valls-North 7.3km (2008 to suspended) – project – map

A32: Torreperogil – Villacarrillo 15km (? to suspended) – ? – map

A32: Villacarrillo – Villanueva del Arzobispo 19km (? to suspended) – ? – map

A44: Santa Fe (A92G) – Las Gabias (A338) 8.7km (2009 to suspended) – project – map

A56: A Barrela-North (Estivada) – As Lamas (OU901) 8.8km (2008 to suspended) – project – map

A63: Salas-East – Cornellana 7.3km (? to suspended) – ? – map

A63: Cornellana – Doriga 2.4km (? to suspended) – ? – map

A1051: El Parador de las Hortichuelas-South – Cortijos de Marin 8km (2011 to suspended) – ? – map

GR43: Pinos Puente – Atarfe (A44) 9.7km (? to suspended) – project – map

SE40: Coria del Rio – El Copero ?km (? to suspended) – ? – map

The list is incomplete. Please help to complete!

 

Sri Lanka

E02: Kaduwela – Kottawa (E01) 11.0km (2009 to 8th March 2014) – project – map

E01: Galle – Matara 35km (2012 to 15th March 2014) – project – map

E02: Kadawatha (E04) – Kaduwela 8.9km (February 2012 to Mid July 2015) – project – map

 

Sweden (summary)

E22: Rolsberga – Fogdarp 4.7km (June 2012 to 26th May 2014) – project – map

E18: Hällamotet – Abylund 10km (2012 to 22nd September 2014) [2nd c/w] – project – map

E22: Pukavik – Mörrum-West 4km (December 2011 to 16th October 2014) – project – map

E4: Skönsmons – Myre 16km (2010 to 16th November 2014) – project – map

E22: Listerlandet – Pukavik 11km (December 2011 to 25th November 2014) – project – map

E20: Northern link Stockholm 4km (2007 to 30th November 2014) – project – map

E4: Sundsvall-Gärdedalen – Skönsmons 3km (2010 to 18th December 2014) – project – map

E6: Tanumshede – Palen 7km (2013 to 6th July 2015) – project – map

40: Dallebo – Hester 17km (2012 to November 2015) – project – map

?: Gothenburg-Ringön (E6) – Gothenburg-Slakthuset (E45) 1km (2013 to Fall 2017) – project – map

E4: Sollentuna – Kungens Kurva 21km (January 2015 to 2025) – project – map

 

Switzerland

A5: Neuchatel Serrieres North – Neuchatel Serrieres South 1.7km (April 2008 to 10th March 2014) – project – map

A16: Bure – Porrentruy-East 8.8km (2007 to 21st August 2014) [1st c/w] – project – map

A16: Delemont-East – Choindez ?km (? to Late 2016) [1st c/w] – project – map

A16: Court – Loveresse ?km (? to Late 2016) [1st c/w] – project – map

A5: Biel-Port – Biel-East 4.9km (December 2007 to 2017) – project – map

A9: Leuk/Susten-East – Steg/Gampel-West ~10km (2004 to 2017) – project – map

A9: Visp-South – Visp-East ~5km (? to 2018) – project – map

A9: Visp-West – Visp-South ~4km (? to Late 2019) [2nd c/w] – project – map

A9: Steg/Gampel-West – Steg/Gampel-East ~1.5km (? to >= 2020) – project – map

 

Ukraine

M29: Marianivka – Pidhorodne (M04) 12km (? to suspended) – ? – map

 

United Kingdom

A11: west of Elvedon – Thetford ~5km (January 2013 to 28th April 2014) – project – map

A11: Mildenhall – west of Elvedon ~10km (January 2013 to 12th December 2014) – project – map

NI-A8: south of Ballynure (A57) – north of Ballynure 3.4km (August 2012 to 9th February 2015) – project – map

NI-A8: Coleman’s Corner – south of Ballynure (A57) 3.7km (August 2012 to 29th May 2015) – project – map

NI-A8: north of Ballynure – Millbrook (A36) 7.3km (August 2012 to 29th May 2015) – project – map

A465: Tredegar – Brynmawr 7.8km (January 2012 to August 2015) – project – map

A453: Kegworth (M1) – Clifton 8.8km (January 2013 to Summer 2015) – project – map

M90: Queensferry Crossing 4km (September 2011 to 2016) – project – map

A556: Bowdon (M56) – Over Tabley (M6) 7.5km (November 2014 to Late 2016) – project – map

A90: Tipperty – Blackdog 12.0km (Late 2014 to Spring 2017) – project – map

A21: Tonbridge – Pembury 2.7km (January 2015 to Spring 2017) – project – map

A1(M): Barton – Leeming 19.3km (February 2014 to Mid 2017) – project – map

M8: Baillieston – Newhouse 9.7km (2014 to 2017) – project – map

A465: Brynmawr – Gilwern 8.1km (December 2014 to 2017) – project – map

A533: Widnes (A562) – Astmoor (A558) 4.8km (May 2014 to Fall 2017) – project – map

A90: Blackdog – Kingswells-North 16.1km (Late 2014 to Late 2017) – project – map

A90: Kingswells-North – Cleanhill 12.2km (Late 2014 to Late 2017) – project – map

A90: Cleanhill – Stonehaven 11.5km (Late 2014 to Late 2017) – project – map

A956: Cleanhill – Cove Bay 6.5km (Late 2014 to Late 2017) – project – map

 

 

Freo’s View / Flow House Fremantle

Source: Freo’s View

Seriously, what was the council thinking

Activate this area, in Summer this area does not need activation, to think so you would need to have had a crack to the head, or have never have been to this beach, on the weekend this place is packed.

I have written posts already last summer on the parking problems on the weekend. I have invited Councillors down the the beach to see the issue with parking.

Fremantle Beach Chaos

By 8am on the average Sunday morning over summer the parking is full between Port and Leighton beach.

This is not taking into consideration when surf carnivals run at  Fremantle Surf Life Saving Club.

The council claims it wants to activate the area, who do they think they are kidding,  Fremantle Surf Life Saving Club has over 500 members just in nippers, on its best day Fremantle council could not supply the activation to Leighton/port beach that the FSLSC  does on a routine basis over summer.

All the council needs to do is supply suitable parking infrastructure for the beach. Maybe working public toilets, change rooms and showers would be a plus?

Not approve infrastructure to be built over the top of areas used for parking.

Again a council that’s clearly out of touch with reality here.

 

 

Aldi’s plans for a discount supermarket in Fremantle on shaky ground

Interesting situation for the Aldi,

Personally I’m not in favour of multi nationals wiping out small local businesses. Putting them against Coles or Woollies is a much better scenario.

Now it seems the COF is against the Aldi in Hilton, the question is why? What has changed Brads in general support for Aldi?

Is it that the Aldi is against small business, is it that the residents of Hilton r against the Aldi with a petition?

Or perhaps the Aldi hasn’t prescribed to Mayor Brads Pettitt ideology of his street scape vision, his idea of cheap apartments with no car bays, his idea of high density everywhere, his sustainable whatever next idea? I think Aldi will be making their decisions on sound business practices, not the Mayors ideology

Sadly I doubt the ideas of Hilton residents had any impact, the loss of small business no impact, the idea  of another multinational killing off local manufactures/ producers no impact?

Is it all about Brads high density, cheap apartments, 6 star means little, anti-car agenda, big congestion,  image that holds sway,  or is this what progressive means in Freo?

Change at any cost, whether it’s good for existing residents or not, progression, progress that’s what this council is about for better or worse, no matter what the cost? Maybe the Aldi doesn’t have enough concrete?

Anyway some speculation, should be settled tonight as it goes before planning session at council tonight.

Fremantle Councils Anti-car Campaign Continues

Here we see again Fremantle’s campaign to drive out cars, keep cars, their drivers and their cash out of Fremantle.

Recently the Mayor Brad Pettitt was quoted that the proposed Perth freight link would cut Fremantle off from cars coming into the city hence crippling its economy. Sorry isn’t that what the Mayor and council having been doing for years, trying to keep cars out of Fremantle. They are doing their best to stop people in Fremantle even owning a car, as we saw from the city’s new car parking policy they just voted on at SGS.

These pictures attached are one of the reasons why cars aren’t coming into Fremantle, its part of the anti-car campaign.

This street and many others have worked fine for decades, this one with a pedestrian crossing just a 100m or so up the street supplies constant windows to give you an easy safe access out to do a right hand turn on to Phillimore St from Pakenham Sts, T-junction.

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The island just in front makes it harder to turn off Short St into Pakenham.  Also making it more dangerous to turn onto Pakenham as now you have to pull into the lane of traffic heading north, which view is partially blocked by the building.

Where as you can see from the google maps pic, before was a much safer and sensible design.

Driving in Fremantle is not just a simple task of watching where traffic should be coming from but also watching for the cyclists and skateboarders riding on the wrong side of the road or the wrong way down a one way street. Here is a clear example of where the city change has made this intersection more dangerous.

On Adelaide St another classic of their anti-car strategy that actually makes the design more dangerous for all road users, this gem I have already complained to the city about when it was 1st done. At the time I also pointed out that apart from the design being stupid and completely void of common sense has no warning signs for users of the street that a modified road layout is ahead.

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Now we see it littered with broken temporary road signs, no painted curbs or reflective signs to signal the hazard ahead. When you come around the corner from Parry St to turn left onto Adelaide St, you veer right so you can turn left, makes sense? To make it worse before it was a merging road, now you have to do a 90% turn to get out on the street, your wing mirrors being obsolete for this manoeuvre, so you must drive left while looking right. The other challenge I found on my first navigation of the road disaster was, I had a cyclist coming against the flow of traffic up the green lane towards my left, with a bus on my right, you can’t look 2 ways at once.

It’s all this constant road modification that makes driving in Fremantle more difficult and dangerous for all road users. It’s clearly just part of the anti-car campaign to discourage drivers from coming to town. So Brad, no need to worry about Barnett’s Freight Link killing off access to Freo, your constant screwing up of the road network and parking has beaten Barnett to the punch.

A quote from Brad from the  The Wests piece, “We’ve been putting in so much effort trying to bring Fremantle back to life economically. This is one of those macro issues that could undo a lot of that good work.” Brad what you are blaming on Barnett is something you are doing right now, Brad the macro issue is that if people can’t park they don’t come, if driving around to find a parking space is a massive pain in the ass they just go somewhere else next time. Every booming shopping precinct has reasonable traffic flow and lots of free parking, fremantle has neither, no cars, no vibrant economy, well not unless he can point to an example in here in WA, somewhere to prove different.  Freo mayor warns over Link hazard

After a decade of decline can’t they see their direction is not working, trying to pin Fremantle’s future outcome on Barnett is lame to say the least, for sure he hasn’t done us any favours but his road if and how or where it happens has no effect on the last decade of Fremantle’s Decline. The legacy Brad will leave is the Mayor who helped choke the life out of Fremantle with his councils anti-car ideology, you will regularly hear council say they are not anti-car, but their actions tell a different story?

Anti- parking policy for new developments

Selling off carparks

Cancer like death of street parking

Hazardous road modifications

Anti-car transport Policy

Policy to develop over car parking at the train station

Festivals taking over the streets

Removal of Parking permits for future developments in the CDB

Ridiculous speed limit proposals of 10km/hr

Trying to attempt to restrict car ownership in the suburbs to one car (see you tube clip)

Creating more rat runs through the suburbs with closures of side street exits or entries

Adding density to suburbs without traffic impact modelling to suburbs (the constant complaints from McCabe St precinct)

Plans to close streets to cars completely.

Complicated residents parking system for the CBD

The list just goes on and on.

This is not about being anti bikes, cycling should be encouraged as it adds another dimension to the city but not increased by driving out motor traffic.

After watching Brads you tube interview, ask some questions

Where does Brad live in a small apartment or a big house, how many people live in it?

Where does Brad park his car in Fremantle, who pays for his parking space who pays for his car?

How many parking permits does the city hand out to its staff for free parking in the CBD?

Its ok for them to drive cars, park in the CBD, but not for the rest of us, sounds pretty hypocritical to me.

From the interview it’s clearly a message of, Do as I Say, Not As I Do – (Says) Council

 

 

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