Traffic jams and closures due to Saturday’s rainbow parade in Vienna

According to ÖAMTC Mobility Information, road users have to travel Rainbow Parade I am Saturday 8 Junewith hours Ring lock and related Delays Calculate it, too Franz-Josephs-Kay will be temporarily impassable.

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The first ring will be the lock Around 8:30 am The parade starts between Oberngauss and Schöttengauss Starts at 12:00 PM At the level of the Town Hall Square, it moves against the direction of travel, passing the Parliament, the Opera, the Urania, the Franz-Josephs-Kai, the Stock Exchange and the University and back towards the Town Hall Square. Arrival between 4:00 PM and 5:00 PM want The final event concludes around 10:00 PM. Detours are possible depending on the course of the parade.

are on detours Plan for delay, especially on the two-line line (link Danube Canal – City Park – Schwarzenbergplatz – Karlsplatz – Getreidmark – Votivekirche). There will be temporary traffic jams and diversions in Roßauer Lände, Praterstrasse, Untere and Obere Donaustrasse, Rennweg, Prinz-Eugen-Strasse, Wiedner Hauptstrasse, rechte Wienzeile and Burggasse. Delays should also be planned for the major diversion route across the Inner Belt. ÖAMTC recommends Use subway lines.

ÖAMTC Note: When access to the airport via Franz-Josefs-Kai is closed Not possible. So the club advises to use a larger area Handelsky Or. Outer belt And Tangent to avoid

Tram lines 1, 2, 71 and D and intra-city bus lines are short or Redirected.

Rainbow Parade is Highlight of Vienna PrideIt has a motto “Pride is a Demonstration” for that Acceptance of the LGBTQIA+ community was used. By participating in the Rainbow Parade, ÖAMTC sends a visible signal for diversity.

ÖAMTC is committed to this in its laws and policies equal opportunity And EqualityA positive attitude towards diversity is an important pillar of corporate culture. As Austria’s largest mobility club, ÖAMTC also serves as a role model and lives up to social responsibility with regular activities in the area of ​​diversity and inclusion.

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