One less transition in rodental

One less transition in rodental

DB-netz AG is under time pressure. The federal railway authority has given the company until the end of 2014, by which time the railroad tracks in the rodental area must have been rerouted. In the course of these measures, the crossing at the bottom of the castle is to disappear completely and a new road is to be built.
This connection has been planned for many years and will be built between the domane and the railroad line. That it should now suddenly go very fast ("after 25 years of planning"), so mayor gerhard preb, CSU) causes problems. DB-netz AG estimates that the construction costs will total around 600,000 euros. One third each had to be borne by the federal government, the railroad and the city. The city's share, however, was expected to be 65 percent. "If we want to build in the coming year, then we had to apply for the funds in the meantime", preb stated.
Now the railroad must hope that it can reach an agreement with the federal railway authority, for example, on a further delay in the implementation of the ordered conversions.
Equipping the crossing in kronacher strabe with traffic lights and half-barriers should be manageable in time. The same is planned for the crossing in einberger strabe. After that, however, turning from the access road to the abuplast company in the direction of the railroad line and vice versa will no longer be permitted. "The main access to abuplast is via the road at the train station anyway", as the mayor stated.

Two birches to fall
A site visit led the building senate to berliner strabe. Residents wanted birch trees removed that were standing on city property. The five trees have grown wild and have now reached a stately height. They cast shade and foliage and interfere with television reception, are the arguments for a fall.
Herbert scheler, the head of the building yard, made it clear: "we don't cut down trees for television reception." But showed a willingness to compromise and suggested to remove two of the trees. A group of three birch trees remains standing.

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