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New traffic plan in favor of Horsens Harbour

New traffic plan in favor of Horsens Harbour

28-02-2017 12:00:00


Horsens Municipality has just presented a new traffic plan, which ultimately is a benefit for Horsens Harbour. The plan includes construction of a new road in the extension of the new southern bypass road. The road provides shorter transportation from the port to the motorway and moves heavy and slow traffic out of the city center.

Horsens Municipality has just presented a new traffic plan, which ultimately is a benefit for Horsens Harbour. The plan includes construction of a new road in the extension of the new southern bypass road. The road provides shorter transportation from the port to the motorway and moves heavy and slow traffic out of the city center.

"For the port and the approximately 800 jobs associated with the port, this plan is very important. The plan emphasizes that Horsens want an active commercial port for many years to come, and for the businesses this means that the last vestige of doubt about the future now must be erased," says port director Claus Holm Christensen.

The new motorway junction at Hatting southwest of Horsens will open in the summer of 2018. It provides a better and direct way to and from activities at the port.

The new future traffic plan will make sure that the extension of the new bypass will be completed in about 10 years, but the long-term perspective does not worry the port director, as long as the commercial port's accessibility is assured for the future.

"It would allow businesses a guarantee that it pays off to establish themselves and invest in Horsens," says Claus Holm Christensen.

Source: Horsens Havn / Maritime Denmark


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