Bad Zurzach's community is a bigger step with the East of the Century Bypass project: The Federal Court has not responded to the final opponent's complaint. As early as June, the Baron Administrative Court had not responded to the woman's appeal for formal reasons.
"We are delighted that the road will be free after you have clear the population voted in January 2012," said Reto S. Fuchs, the urban team of Bad Zurzachs. «The eastern bypass helps us to develop the center and increase the quality of life. Along with the canton, we are now going to start further action quickly. "Canton Aargau is also keen to ease his old historic towns through a systematic traffic. The eastern bypass is intended to refer north-south traffic from the city center to upgrade historic market towns and to strengthen Bad Zurzach as The focus of regional development is the average daily traffic of around 9800 vehicles on the main and about 11,000 vehicles on the way of the promenade are a heavy burden on the community.
Respondent from Dietikon
Originally there were 28 Eastern Bypass objections. The VCS filed a complaint, but later turned. A pensioner, who raises in Bad Zurzach and lives in Dietikon, has resisted the project until the end. Along with a heir community, it has an area of undeveloped land in the vicinity of the planned eastern bypass route and fights against the 75 million project after the government of Redargent gave its green light in March 2018.
The woman complained, among other things, in her opinion, too high, without fair discrimination in the tunnel. In an emergency situation, this would be an unbearable risk. On Wednesday, the canton said in writing: "The Supreme Federal Court has not responded to the complaint that was passed." More detailed information about the reasons is not available, says Simone Britschgi from the Communications Department, Building, Transportation and Environment (BVU). "But there's good news for the canton and the community of Bad Zurzach."
Start the land procurement procedure
"If the Supreme Federal Court had opened a case, this would have postponed the project for at least another year," said Guido Sutter, canton project manager. However, there are further barriers: The next step is the land procurement procedure. "We will discuss with landowners and we will collect contracts." If not agreed, he will call on the courts again. "However, it's no longer about the project itself, but at the price of the land," says Sutter. Alongside land acquisition, the main work is presented. Construction work is expected to begin early in 2020, as reported by the Cantonal section of Construction, Transport and Environment. The construction phase is about four years. The bypass includes a 530m long tunnel, which leads past the village center and connects both Bruggerstrasse and Zürcherstrasse roads.
As soon as January 2013, Parliament approved a 49 million CHF loan. Additional crisis margins and tunnel ventilation were among the reasons why the Grand Council 2014 had to vote on a supplementary loan of 16 million francs. The total costs for the Bad Zurzach eastern bypass are 75.26 million francs, the canton receives 65.26 million of francs. Bad Zurzach's community is responsible for 10 million francs.