B-388-Bypass Taufkirchen (Vils)
For the planned new construction of the B-388 bypass Taufkirchen (Vils), the planning approval according to the Federal Highway Act is currently being carried out. At the beginning of 2013, the public interpretation took place. The objections raised were first examined by the State Building Office of Freising, Service office Munich, and then by the government of Upper Bavaria. After that, the decision to approve the plan can be expected.
The construction of the B-388 bypass Taufkirchen (Vils) is urgently needed, because with the overlapping federal roads B 15 and B 388, the center of the village is virtually suffocated in the ever-increasing traffic. According to the latest traffic surveys, the traffic load in the center of the market square is 20.000 vehicles a day, whereby 10% includes a very high proportion of heavy goods traffic.
The planned B-388 bypass would bring significant relief: for the lower Landshuter Straße 4.800 vehicles/day, for Erdinger Straße 6.500 vehicles/day, for Veldener Straße 5.500 vehicles/day and also for Vöttinger Straße, which is used as an inner-city bypass, 2.300 vehicles/day.
The municipality is making every effort to ensure that the B-388 bypass is built in a timely manner. The progress of the further procedure is continuously reported in the daily press as well as in the Kompass, the newsletter of the municipality.