Files by beachgoers who go back home
Photo: NU.nl/Layla Wijsmuller-Vafi
As beachgoers flock to the beaches deserted, Saturday afternoon at various places files. So is it stuck on the N57 to Ouddorp Middelburg and on the N256 to Goes.
Saturday morning it was in different places all fixed in the direction of the beaches. The ANWB reported large crowds at Bergen-op-Zoom, by traffic that the highway A58 direction Vlissingen wanted to go.
Also on the N59 towards Zierikzee and the N57 on Voorne-Putten was the strandverkeer. In North-Holland was the traffic on the roads to Zandvoort and Bloemendaal. The NS shows extra trains from Amsterdam to Zandvoort.
Scheveningen was so busy that the police people are advised not to come. The trams were the whole day crowded.
In addition to strandfiles there are also files that are associated with activities, as is the A4 to Lead close in the direction of Den Haag.
The alternative route is via the A44, but the road according to the traffic information service is not calculated on a lot of traffic.
On the A44 was expecting the VID problems in Wassenaar, but also on the N207 direction Alphen aan den Rijn, the press.
Also in the direction of Amsterdam is working on the A4, there are only two lanes available between Hoogmade and the Ringvaart-Aqueduct.
The work on the A4 last until Monday at 5.00 pm. Also on the A1 and A6, crowds expected, through work on the nodes Muiderberg and Diemen, the netherlands.
Injured construction worker
A construction worker is on Saturday injured when he of a viaduct over the A4 in Badhoevedorp fell off. Reports that the safety region Kennemerland.
He fell at around 13.30 10 meters down and ended up in the bushes on the Nieuwemeerdijk. In the fall, he has considerable injury to both legs, police said.
The 29-year-old man from the city of Gouda was transferred to a hospital in Amsterdam. The man was busy with the construction of a noise protection wall. The labour inspectorate is doing research.
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