In France, since the early morning very long files on all holiday-axes to the south. At around 12.30 pm start the files on the holiday-axes in the southern direction gradually, towards the north they continue to increase. That report mobiliteitsclub VAB.
The busiest route in Europe was the A10 between Paris and Bordeaux, where lost motorists at a particular time, but less than 4 hours. Mobiliteitsorganisatie Touring expected in Europe for a packed weekend on the road, both for departing and returning holidaymakers alike.
It remains, according to VAB Saturday, very busy till 17h. To the south, according to VAB to be taken into account with an additional waiting time of 3 hours and 20 minutes on the axis – Luxembourg-Lyon – Spanish border, with an additional waiting time of 3 hours and 30 minutes on the axis Lille – Paris – Bordeaux – Spanish border, and with an additional waiting time of 2 hours and 40 minutes on the axis Lille – Paris – Narbonne via Clermont-Ferrand. For the Mont-blanc tunnel losses for motorists is 1 hour and 10 minutes, for the Fréjustunnel is that an hour and a half. In Germany the movement towards the south Saturday afternoon which decreased towards the north to take the files.
In Austria, losses holidaymakers currently 40 minutes on the A10 Salzburg – Villach. The waiting time for the Karawankentunnel in the direction of Slovenia on the A11 is 1 hour and 20 minutes. In Switzerland, the need for the gotthard tunnel towards Italy an additional 30 minutes to fill. According to Touring is the whole night of Friday to Saturday have been very busy on the European roads. For departing tourists, as it is today is a black day in France, and a red day elsewhere in Europe. Touring expected peak times between 8 hours and 17 hours, with a peak around 13 hours.
For recurrent tourists is a red day anywhere in Europe. For the return is by Touring rush is expected between 10 and 20 hours, with a peak in the beginning of the afternoon.