Previous traffic restrictions have been lifted at the under-construction junction of the M35 motorway in Józsa.
The investor, Nemzeti Infrastruktúra Fejlesztő Zrt. (NIF), said that the project was completed, and the technical handover procedure was completed on the 20th of June 2022. The final traffic permit is expected to be available in August 2022, so motorists will be able to use the junction then.
The Hungarian state is supporting several transport improvements in Debrecen. The investments will improve access to the Northwest Economic Zone, which houses the BMW Group Plant Debrecen, and improve transport between the city’s districts and towns.
A new junction has been built on the Debrecen section of the M35 motorway at Józsa, and the junction of the M35 motorway and the main road 354 has been widened to a full cloverleaf junction. Colas Út Zrt built the new motorway junction in the northern part of Józsa for a net HUF 4 billion, 305 million.
The roads leading to the junction have not yet been completed, while the junction will provide a turnaround on the M35 motorway.
The municipality plans to build a 2 x 2 lane road between the Northwest Economic Zone, which will house the BMW factory in Debrecen and its future suppliers, and the new motorway junction in Józsa, using public funds.
A new road to Józsa will also be built. This road will be built in two phases between the M35 motorway junction in Józsa and the main road 35. The first section, one and a half kilometers long, will be built by the municipality, and the contractor has already been selected, while NIF will build the second section. The municipality has already prepared the design documentation for this project. The municipal representatives decided at the General Assembly in March to hand it over free of charge to NIF to help prepare the project.
Source: dehir. hu