Klemm rig meets the challenge of the Brixen-Vahrn bypass

The final 1.5km section of a bypass between the Brixen Nord junction and Vahrn is currently under construction in Northern Italy. The 8km long Brixen-Vahrn bypass is being built to relieve the heavily frequented Brenner Road and to reduce through traffic in the villages in the area.

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A Klemm KR 801-3GK being used for soil nailing on a retaining wall on the Brixen-Vahrn bypass in Italy

In addition to the Brenner Motorway traffic, an average of 10,000 to 15,000 vehicles use the Brenner road near Vahrn every day.