nothing has Yet been decided definitively. But in the preliminary examination of the Murnauer main Committee of the Green-a proposal to expand the pedestrian zone on weekends and holidays, at least as a test thrust, little love. To the risk, it was said that the traffic move problems only.
Murnau – The search for recipes to calm traffic in the Murnauer the centre is a permanent theme of the Ortspolitik. Especially the market moves again and again in the focus. The list of the ideas that have emerged in the Wake of this controversy, debate, and rejected, is a long one. Because it's that easy is not. Any interference in the flows of traffic it creates may be somewhere else new problems. And many voices point to the fact that Murnau's "Gute Stube" must continue to be well with the car.
The Green took now a new start-up and raising the matter through a motion on the agenda. Current event: the Corona-crisis. The group of the Eco-power for the revival and strengthening of the local gastronomy and the retail sector is strong, particularly affected by the consequences of the pandemic. Your suggestion: a larger, car-free inner area, at least to the sample until the autumn and only on weekends and holidays. So you could win, it means more free bar surfaces and at the same time, a test phase for the possible transport start to calm.
there was talk in the paper of an extension at both Ends of the pedestrian area. In the main Committee, in which the initiative was discussed, was limited Greens on the market. They wanted to make a "huge political issue" out of it, stressed Stephanie Neumeir-Cabinet, presented the request. It is an endeavour to create space and support in this way, the business people. "That would be a help", found the New member of the municipal Council.
The members of the panel could not be satisfied, however, with the concept and voted 7:4 against. A final decision must cases, the municipal Council in its next meeting.
The opponent of the application, warned of the impact of such an Operation. "The pedestrian has exactly the size we need," argued about More-Move-in-chief Phillip Zoepf and warned of a displacement of the sheet metal avalanches. Because: "traffic is like water. He always finds his way.“ In a further aspect, Michael Hosp (CSU) made carefully. The people would then have to drive according to his assessment, detours. "This is ecological madness."
criticism a survey of the economic thrust operated conveyor Jan-Ulrich Bittlinger among affected industries. Tenor: The result – in the upper market there is a majority against a XXL was determined to be a pedestrian zone, in the sub-market for it – is not very meaningful, since only the part of the residents had been interviewed. "This survey is very questionable," commented Dr. Elisabeth Tworek (Move More).
However, Green harvested consent. "We don't need to paint the devil on the wall", was the SPD-lone Felix Burger. He was professional, often travelling in Italy, he explained. And there are many communities with temporary pedestrian zones. "The animates these cities. Have only had positive experiences.“ Burgers appeal: On a one-month trial you could get involved.
mayor Rolf Beuting (ÖDP/citizens forum) once again brought his favorites for the market in the game: a so-called "Shared Space" ("common space"). This is a road concept that all traffic participants have equal rights. In the view of the town hall-heads of this variant would have only advantages: a higher quality, and at the same time, the receipt of a major traffic artery into the heart of the market.Updated Date: 22 June 2020, 15:33