The Bad Zurzach community is a huge step towards the East East Bypass project: The Federal Court did not respond to the last rival's complaint. As early as June, the Aargau Administrative Court did not respond to the woman's appeal for official reasons.
"We are very pleased that after the clear yes of the population that votes in January 2012, the way is finally free," says Bad Zurzachs Reto S. Fuchs. "The eastern bypass helps us develop the center and increase the quality of life. Together with the canton, we now want to take other steps faster. " The canton of Aargau also wants to systematically relieve its historic old cities through traffic. The eastern bypass is intended to direct north-south traffic from the city center, upgrade historic market towns and strengthen Bad Zurzach as a regional development focus. The average daily traffic of approximately 9800 vehicles in the main and around 11 & lt; th & gt; 000 vehicles on the promenade is a heavy burden for the community.
Opponent from Dietikon
There were initially 28 objections to the eastern bypass. VCS had lodged a complaint but later turned. A retired, who grew up in Bad Zurzach and lives in Dietikon, had resisted the work until the end. Together with a community of heirs, he has a degraded piece of land in the immediate vicinity of the planned eastbound bypass and fought against the 75 million project after the Aargau government council gave the green light in March 2018.
The woman complained, among other things, in her opinion, very high, without disability a fair incline in the tunnel. In an emergency scenario this would be an unacceptable risk. On Wednesday, the canton said in writing: "The federal Supreme Court has not responded to the allegation that has been transferred." There is no clearer explanation of the reasons, says Simone Britschgi from the Communications Department of the Department of Construction, Transport and Environment (BVU). "But it is good news for the canton and the Bad Zurzach community."
Start the land acquisition process
"If the federal Supreme Court had opened a case, that would delay the work for at least another year," says Guido Sutter, director of the canton project. However, there are other obstacles: The next step is the land acquisition process. "We will negotiate with the landowners and conclude contracts." If no agreement is reached, the courts will be asked again. "However, it is no longer the work itself, but the price of the land," says Sutter. Along with the acquisition of land, the preparation of the main projects is under preparation. The construction is expected to begin in early 2020, as reported by the cantonal department of construction, transport and environment. The construction period is about four years. The bypass includes a 530-meter-long tunnel, leading across the village center and connecting the two new Bruggerstrasse and Zürcherstrasse streets.
As early as January 2013, Parliament approved a loan of CHF 49 million. Additional emergency exits and tunnel ventilation were one of the reasons why the 2014 Grand Council had to vote for a supplementary loan of 16 million francs. The total cost for the eastern diversion of Bad Zurzach amounts to 75.26 million francs, of which the canton receives FRF 65.26 million. 10 million francs are counted from the Bad Zurzach community.