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New road surface for the "Beautiful View"

01.10.2019 | 16:23 Clock | Service
New road surface for the 'Beautiful View'

(ffm) A "Beautiful View" in the literal sense: the central road on the northern bank of the Main is getting a new asphalt surface layer. The Office of Street Construction and Development (ASE) will begin work on Monday, September 30. A construction period of two weeks is planned, which means that the new road surface should be available by the end of the Hessian autumn holidays.

The section of the road between Kurt-Schumacher-Straße and Lange Straße, which is around 330 metres long, will be renewed. To ensure a reasonable progress of the construction work, a full closure is necessary. "We have coordinated the construction project so that the restrictions for road traffic are as short as possible," says ASE manager Michaela Kraft. The city of Frankfurt is investing 190,000 euros.

Affects on traffic

Because of the ceiling renewal by the ASE, the "Schöne Aussicht" between Lange Straße and Kurt-Schumacher-Straße will be closed from Monday, 30. September, until Sunday, October 13, fully closed to through traffic.

A bypass in the direction of the west is possible via Ignatz-Bubis-Brücke and Deutschherrnufer. Coming from the Old Bridge, it is not possible to turn right into Schöne Aussicht. Here, a detour is recommended via Battonnstraße.

The intersection between Kurt-Schumacher-Straße and Schöne Aussicht is also being rehabilitated in sections under partial closure; there will be reductions in lanes in the north-south and south-north directions.

Pedestrians and cyclists can pass the construction site.

Mainkai residents and parking garage visitors Dom / Römer

.Due to the work in the intersection of Kurt-Schumacher-Strasse, during the construction site, the exit from the neighborhood via Saalgasse as well as Zum Pfarrturm, Weckmarkt, Fahrgasse and Battonstraße.

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