From Friday, September 29, drivers can now drive on the new section of the S3 expressway from Kamienna Góra to Lubawka. Thanks to it, they will get from Wrocław to the border with the Czech Republic faster.
The construction of the S3 expressway on the section from Kamienna Góra to the Czech border is already completed, and road workers have received permission to use it. Despite this, the entire 15-kilometer section of S3 is not yet open to drivers. On Friday, September 29 at 17, the over 12-kilometer section of S3 between the Kamienna Góra Północ junction and the Lubawka junction was opened to traffic. Drivers will drive the remaining 3-kilometer section of the road from the Lubawka junction to the Czech border only after the works on the border section on the Czech side are completed. According to the Czech side, this will happen in 2025.
The construction of S3 from Kamienna Góra to Lubawka (state border) cost PLN 3,694,508,698. The road investment was co-financed with funds from the European Union in the amount of PLN 817,858,431.
Drivers already use 420 km of the S3 route
S3 is an expressway running throughout Poland – from Świnoujście to the southern border with the Czech Republic in Lubawka. The S3 route will connect with the A6 motorways near Szczecin, the A2 near Świebodzin and the A4 near Legnica. Ultimately, S3 in Poland will be 470 km long. Including the already completed sections from Troszyn in the province. West Pomeranian Voivodeship, through the Voivodeship Lubuskie to Bolków in Lower Silesia, drivers have almost 420 km of the S3 expressway at their disposal.
A total of 50 km of the S3 expressway between Świnoujście and Troszyn in the province are still under construction. West Pomeranian Voivodeship and between Bolków and Kamienna Góra in Lower Silesia. These sections are planned to be opened to traffic next year.