The Wipptal (Wipp valley) is a valley extending along the Sill River southward from Innsbruck, Tyrol, Austria, where the Sill meets the larger Inn river, up to the Brenner Pass (1,374 m) at the Austro-Italian border, one of the lowest passes across the Central Eastern Alps. South of the border, it continues as Southern Wipptal along the Eisack river by way of Sterzing to Franzensfeste and forms the Wipptal District of the province of South Tyrol.
The Brenner Autobahn (motorway) (A13 in Austria, A22 in Italy) passes through the valley, beginning with the Europabrücke (Europe bridge) near Innsbruck. It is an important road connection across the Alps, forming part of the connection between Munich and Verona. The inhabitants of the Wipptal have been complaining for years about the volume of traffic. The Brenner railway also runs through the valley. The proposed Brenner Base Tunnel would remove all long-distance trains from the valley.
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