Monday , April 12 2021

Next demo lame all Vienna



Thousands of protesters were again expected in the anti-government demonstration this Thursday. A train ticket, expected by 5000 people, began at 5.30 pm from Roßauer Lände on Türkenstraße, Hörlgasse, Währinger Straße, Schottengasse and Ring and marched to the Sabor to mark the turquoise blue government.

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Memorial march until the pogrom in November

In addition, the commemorative martial law for the massacre in November commenced at 7 pm at Hero's Square. The light of the "Light of Hope" organized by the organization of the Jewish community was followed by numerous demonstrators on Thursday. Thousands traveled through the city of Vienna. Closing ceremony should be held at Judenplatz.

Congestion chaos

ÖAMTC has announced significant delays in Spittelauer and Roßauer Lände, Währinger Straße with Schwarzspanierstraße, Obere Donaustraße, Universitätsstraße, Ring with Schwarzenbergplatz and numerous access roads to the city center – and experts were right.

On the track of Schottenring between Julius-Raab-Platz and Operngasse there was nothing. Patients also needed patience on the two-way line to Karlsplatz between Neustiftgasse and Linke Wienzeile. And at Rennwegu in the center of the center between Adolf-Blamauer-Gasse and Schwarzenbergplatz, there was a great waste of time.

Public transport was also damaged

Line 1 is routed between the Stock Exchange and Karlsplatz across the dock and Lothringer Road. Line 2 is routed in both directions between Ring, Volkstheater and City Hall on Reichsratsstraße. Line D is routed in both directions between the stock exchange and the Schwarzenbergplatz across the dock. With the 71 run to the stock market, it is only possible for Schwarzenbergplatz. Wiener Linien advises travelers to avoid subway lines.

In the Heldenplatz area it was not possible to work lines 1A, 2A, 3A. Again, you should avoid the subway. This error will last until the end of the operation.


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