June 16, 2010

More Traffic

Heute mal keine Gebäude. - Das ist der Viadukt in Vaihingen. Oben, auf einer separaten Brücke, dem eigentlichen Viadukt, fährt gerade die S-Bahn. In der Mitte, auf einer Brücke zwischen dem Österfeldtunnel, ist ein Radweg und darunter eine Straße für Pkw's und Lkw's. Unten, auf einer weiteren Brücke, ist eine Straße für Pkw's, die hauptsächlich von den Anwohnern genutzt wird.
There are no buildings/houses today. - View to the viaduct in Vaihingen. At the top you can see a railway bridge. This is the real viaduct. Look the passing urban railway. In the middle there is a bridge between two sections of a tunnel named Oesterfeldtunnel. There are a cycle way and a highway for cars and trucks under it. Downstairs there is a bridge which is used by residents.

7 comments:

Bruce Caspersonn said...

And not too many cars, very good.

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

It makes good sense to me. To make use of the same space instead of spreading it out all over the place. Good idea.

Jacob said...

I was also going to ask where all the vehicles were...looks like a very nice road and viaduct.

Re your comment about the golf car...these particular ones are electric and go about 14-15 miles per hour. You can, however, buy gas golf cars, which are "street legal" and go about 35 miles per hour.

Petrea said...

A double bridge? Looks like some fancy engineering.

Halcyon said...

This is the kind of traffic I like... NONE! :D

Elettra said...

Ciao Steffen, wow!!!! What a quiet

Rebecca said...

A busy place.