Already at Svinö the files have to be merged into one, so that a steady row is created when the road works begin.
"During the spring work on the Öland bridge, there was a lane for buses that started about a kilometer before the bridge bridge, so the traffic going to the bridge had a natural file exchange in front of the workplace itself, which meant that traffic became even faster, the Swedish Transport Agency notes in a press release.
– During the autumn of the work there will be no lane for buses. At the moment, switching files is at the top of the bridge when working with so-called intimidation. This contributes to reduced speed and queue. With regard to Monday's traffic and queues, the Swedish transport company will now change traffic devices into similar systems as previous systems, but without lanes for buses.