European traffic on second Black Saturday is declining. The traffic in Europe has decreased considerably on Saturday afternoon. On the second Black Saturday, it was hectic in France, with waiting times of up to three hours on routes to the south.


At 12.30 hours there were 646 kilometres of traffic jam in France.

In the other transit countries, it was mostly returning holidaymakers who caused crowds, particularly at border crossings and massive tunnels.

The ANWB highlights the delay from Croatia to Slovenia. At the border, the waiting time increased to one hour.

From copper to the A9 in Croatia, the suspension in the course of the afternoon was more than two hours.

In Germany, there were extended traffic jams on the A7 and A1 towards Denmark.

From Osnabruck to Flensburg the extra travel time was approximately three hours.

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