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Pariserstrasse in Kaiserslautern, Germany, Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2017. Due to construction, the road will become a one-way street with traffic heading toward Einsiedlerhof.

Pariserstrasse in Kaiserslautern, Germany, Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2017. Due to construction, the road will become a one-way street with traffic heading toward Einsiedlerhof. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes)

KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany — Drivers may experience delays beginning next week when traffic near Einsiedlerhof is diverted for road work for a new industrial area.

On Nov. 16, a section of Pariserstrasse next to McDonald’s going toward Einsiedlerhof will become a one-way street while drainage pipes are installed and a left-turn lane is built, the police squadron at Vogelweh said.

Traffic headed toward Einsiedlerhof from Kaiserslautern will be diverted at the McDonald’s intersection from the right lane to the left lane. Traffic toward Kaiserslautern will have to turn right by Toyota Car World into Im Haderwald and connect back onto Pariserstrasse at McDonald’s, the police squadron said.

Cars will still be able to use the Pulaski Gate for inbound and outbound traffic onto Vogelweh.

The roadwork is expected to end by Dec. 22.

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