MIL-OSI Translation: Full closure of the Lorzentobel Bridge at night


MIL OSI Translation. Region: Germany / Deutschland –

Source: Swiss Canton Zug – news in German

The Lorzentobelbrücke ‒ Nidfuren section is completely closed on October 21 from 7 p.m. and until October 22, 2021 at 6 a.m. The traffic is rerouted via Allen winches.

As is well known, Kantonsstrasse 381 between Nidfuren and the Schmittli will be renovated for around a year and a half from January 2022. The preparatory work required for this is currently being carried out with the expansion of the Nidfuren and Schmittli nodes. The building management took the opportunity and installed a new pavement on the approximately 250-meter-long stretch of the cantonal road between Nidfuren and the Lorzentobel bridge. This also with regard to the traffic diversion phase of the Nidfuren – Schmittli project.

The construction work will start next Monday, October 11, 2021, and will probably last until Friday, October 29, 2021. During the construction work, some of the traffic will be single-lane and will be regulated by a traffic service. In the night from October 21 to 22, 2021, the affected section of the route will be completely closed to traffic. The closure begins on October 21 at 7 p.m. and lasts until October 22 at 6 a.m. The regular buses of the Zugerland Verkehrsbetriebe can use the route section with disabilities even during the full closure. During the full closure, traffic will be rerouted over Allen winds. The diversion is signaled accordingly.

Information on the Internet Since the time at which the decking is installed depends on the weather, a postponement cannot be ruled out. The cantonal civil engineering office will inform you about the exact construction dates in good time. Corresponding information can be found on the website The client takes the necessary precautions to keep traffic obstructions to a minimum.

Legend On the area marked in red between the Lorzentobel Bridge and Nidfuren, a new surface covering will be installed.

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