The Company Run "J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge" will be held in Frankfurt am Main on Thursday, June 7, 2018. For the 26th time already, J.P.Morgan invites tens of thousands of enthusiastic employees from smaller and larger companies and other organisations to this event. The route for the approx. 65,000 participants is 5.6 km long and runs through Frankfurt city centre.
Extensive blocking and traffic measures before, during and after the race are necessary to hold the event and to protect the runners.
The traffic disruptions result from the blocked running route as well as the numerous party points located in the vicinity of the event. In addition, the provision of parking space for the coaches of the participating runners impairs the public transport area.
The blocking measures also have a considerable impact on regular transport (buses and trams).
Following traffic axes are affected:
Eschersheimer Landstraße between Eschenheimer Turm and Miquelallee
Bremer Straße / Reuterweg / Taunusanlage / Mainzer Landstraße to Platz der Republik
Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage over Senckenberganlage to Zeppelinallee in the time between 18:00 o'clock and 22:00 o'clock and the entire Bockenheimer Landstraße until approx. 23:00 hrs
All of the above time limits may vary depending on the course of the event.
In order to keep the loads on public road traffic as low as possible, the necessary closures are staggered over time, as in previous years:
approx. 16:00 hrs to approx. 22:00 h Closure of the starting areas north and south:
Ab Eschenheimer Tor the street Taubenstraße - Börsenstraße - Große Gallusstraße - Goetheplatz- / Börsenstraße
Ab Taunustor the new Mainzer Straße in direction Eschenheimer Turm as well as the streets leading in this street
Note: Access to the Hotel Hilton and the multi-storey car parks is via Taubenstraße until approx. 18:30 possible! In the further course of the project, considerable obstructions are to be expected during the departures from the multi-storey car parks. Access to the Junghofstraße and Goetheplatz multi-storey car parks is possible via the Taunustor until approx. 16:00, and access to the Börse.
multi-storey car park until approx. 17:30. 23:00 hrs, blockage of the left turn lanes:
from the Zeppelinallee into the Bockenheimer Landstraße from the Bockenheimer Anlage into the Bockenheimer Landstraße from the Bockenheimer Anlage into the Junghofstraße
ca. 17:30 Bockenheimer Landstraße in both directions between 23:00 Opernplatz and Feuerbachstraße Mainzer Landstraße from Platz der Republik towards Alte Oper
ca. 18:15 Closure of the out-of-town lane of the Senckenberganlage until 22:00 from Ludwig-Erhard-Anlage
ca. 18:15 Hansaallee from Miquelallee towards the city centre until 21:30
ca. 18:00 h The complete running course will be closed successively until 22:00 hrs < x>N</x> approx. 18:15 hrs Eschersheimer Landstraße from Miquelallee direction until 21:30 hrs City Centre < x>N</x> approx. 18:00 Closure of the northern carriageway of the Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage until 22:00 (out of town)
Only the Alleenring and the Mainufer can be recommended as alternative routes.
The inner city can be reached and left via Berliner Straße and Theatertunnel. Coming from the south, the city centre can be reached via the Alte Brücke and the Flößerbrücke.
In the areas of Miquelallee, Zeppelinallee, Frauenlobstraße, Am Leonardsbrunn Hansaallee, Bremer Straße and Sonnemannstraße, traffic obstructions can also be expected due to the parked buses.
The S-Bahn and U-Bahn trains can travel unhindered. Until the evening hours, the operating company will use additional wagons in metro traffic.
There will be changes in bus traffic on some lines. Further information is available at www.rmv.de and the RMV app.
The organizer has also set up an information telephone for questions about the event with the telephone number 0160 / 25 61 658 and published the JPMCC app.
The aforementioned traffic measures were ordered in consultation with the organizer and the police by the City of Frankfurt, Ordnungsamt, Service Center Events.
Used, if possible, public transport.
Avoid the city centre by car before and during the race, as there will also be disabilities in the wider surroundings of the race course due to the high number of participants.
Routing the northern and northwestern inner city area, if necessary using the motorway ring.
The multi-storey car parks in the vicinity of the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge running track are not accessible or only accessible to a limited extent for the duration of the race. Find out in good time if and when you can reach or leave the desired parking garage.
The running track is used by approx. 65,000 runners over several hours. Please do not use bicycles on any sections of the road during the closing time. The Frankfurt police use numerous civil servants for traffic planning and control. Follow their instructions unconditionally