gotthard tunnel traffic
The Gotthard Tunnel remains a key traffic route for travellers and goods seeking to get through the Alps. Each year the traffic volumes are increasing (2020 has been an exception) with more vehicle using this key Alpine tunnel route.
Switzerland borders on Germany, France, Austria, Lichtenstein, and Italy. Ensure you have valied identification papers for border controls, as Switzerland does not have open borders as within the EU countries.
Best to inform yourself of the Gotthard Tunnel traffic situation and road conditions. Expect peak travel traffic throughout the summer months, as well as, the long weekend holidays.
Latest #Gotthard traffic updates via Twitter, Live TomTom, Live Webcams, Google Maps, Waze
There are a number of ways to monitor the live traffic situation.
Please find a list below.
1. Live Traffic Webcams
You have 16 Webcams along the Gotthard Road Tunnel. Most of them are on the south side of the Tunnel. Below are the two webcams just in front of the #Gotthard Tunnel entrances.
3. Google Maps
Zoom in on the map to find more detailed information.
4. Waze Live Traffic Map
Please see Waze Live Traffic Mapon their traffic map for the Gotthard Tunnel Road.
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6.Latest Gotthard Tunnel Traffic Status:
If you want to check length of traffic in km and other news on the #Gotthard Tunnel Gotthard Tunnel Traffic News
Direction South (to Italy):
Direction North (to Germany):
We are keen travelers with families and have been driving through the Gotthard tunnel and alternative San Bernadino pass routes many times.
This website will assist you in better driving planning, as well as, show you some of the main Swiss tourism highlights along your journey through the Gotthard tunnel.
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