Brussels, Innsbruck – Despite the threat of appeals from Germany, both the new driving bans on the low road network and the truck handling on Inntal's highway near Kufstein are "relentless" for him: "These are still there." He made it clear with EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, LH Günther Platter (VP) after a meeting on Tuesday evening in Brussels. It was a very good conversation. Juncker, who is regularly in Tyrol, is familiar with the Tyrolean situation and the traffic burden for the population. Juncker called both sides for a partnership dialogue. He would not take back, but for conversations, Platter said, he was still ready: "But first, the Bavarian must move ̵
Platter and Juncker have also planned tightening of the driving ban for truck As reported, the EU Commission has delayed its opinion on the Tyrolean project for months, with the plan to lift the exemptions for trucks of the Euro VI pollution class from the "sector" already on 1 October. Currently Platter is silent about this result. Instead, he refers to a special meeting of the Transport Committee on Thursday in the cottage: "There I will report and present a proposal, because our continued action will look like." On Wednesday, Platter will meet in Vienna's Transport Minister Andreas Reichhardt.
The Transit Forum's Chief Fritz Gurgiser criticized On Tuesday again, the Commission was not competent and secondly, "had ignored" its deadline for comment. Platter advises him not to show "transit muscles" in Brussels, but in Tyrol as soon as possible and to impose the sectoral driving ban.
At the same time, the state of Salzburg also challenged traffic monitoring traffic on Tuesday, July 13 -18. If necessary, individual runs are closed on the Tauern motorway in August. (mami)