Gobweinsteiner discuss sud bypass

Gobweinsteiner discuss sud bypass

With around 50 burgers, the SPD event on the gobweinstein bypass in the scheffel inn was very well attended. SPD spokesmen jurgen kranzlein, georg bauernschmidt, bernhard vogel and ferdinand haselmeier said there was no alternative to the sudan bypass for further successful development.

Not all, but the vast majority of the participants in the meeting felt the same way after the presentation of the routes by mayor hanngorg zimmermann (BMG). First plans for sud bypass date back to 1974.

The architect franz neuner from hollfeld came to the conclusion more than 40 years ago that a bypass would solve all traffic problems in gobweinstein. At that time, neuner even planned a tunnel with underground parking under the basilica or a cable car from behringersmuhle to the main town.

The seventh expansion plan

In the meantime, there is already the seventh expansion plan of the state construction office with actually only one possible variant: from the trafohauschen in the direction of leutzdorf and from there a new state road connection to the etzdorfer strabe and over the so-called "finsterweg" to the state road between gobweinstein and pottenstein.

If this route were built, the market would not have to contribute financially. Gobweinstein and the sudan bypass are on the government's list of priorities, but not until 2020 to 2025.

It became clear during the meeting that a bypass would only come about if the people of gobweinstein were behind it and demanded it emphatically. Arguments for a bypass are the high traffic load, which leads to a bad quality of stay, the heavy traffic, illegal parking, the bus stop at the market place, the vacancies and the too narrow sidewalks.

As bauernschmidt explained, the advantages of a bypass were obvious. The state road could be graded to a municipal road, which not only leads to traffic calming. With the help of the city's urban development demand, the sidewalks could then be lowered and made barrier-free. So could a fubganger area with redesign of the market place under inclusion of the town hall, if this comes into the parish hall, originate. If possible, again with a fountain at the market place, as once.

According to the SPD, the main beneficiaries will be restaurants and caterers. But it is also hoped that new investors will be attracted to empty buildings like the "rose" inn and "sun", the former basilica pharmacy or the bakery at the market should be revived. "A place is not discovered by cars", said haselmeier.

The working group (arge) "tourism and economy" was also demanded already in 2010 to ban heavy traffic from the village and to prohibit the stopping of buses in front of the basilica. Haselmeier said that the opinion of some business people that the town would die out after the construction of a bypass was misguided.

As kranzlein explained, this first event on the sud bypass is intended to create a mood among gobweinsteiner drivers. The SPD wants to win the citizens for this idea.

Since the market had recently commissioned the creation of an integrated urban development concept, kranzlein said that the citizens wanted to be involved in this project. Hermine haas asked whether a bypass would provide for larger parking lots at the entrances to the town. "From our point of view, no additional flat parking spaces are necessary", vogel replied.

Opposed by

For former market councilor reinhard brendel, a bypass is not absolutely necessary, since the B 470 is already the northern variant, which is also the cheapest of all solutions. Brendel saw the state road, which runs through gobweinstein, being abused by toll evaders. "Can't you put up a sign in pottenstein and ebermannstadt that gobweinstein is closed to vehicles over five tons??", asked brendel. He also considered the crossing from the trafohauschen in the direction of leutzdorf to the finsterweg to be the "grossest sunde. Because this would cut through a unique hedgerow landscape. Brendel suggested to build a connection to the finsterweg from the leutzdorfer doline.

Vogel said that the federal road would not be used as a bypass. If the bypass comes, the quiet in gobweinstein will be frightening, brendel then found. Because in his opinion it would then no longer attract anyone to gobweinstein.

Kranzlein saw this differently. Because with the castle and the basilica there are unique attractions in the town. "Whoever made this stroke in the landscape has never been to gobweinstein", also showed friedrich slightly skeptical about the state favored route. "Gobweinstein is a very attractive place, which will become even more attractive if it is traffic-calmed", haselmeier agreed with kranzlein. Because gobweinstein is distinguished from many other towns by its attractive historical center.

According to the statistics of the state ministry presented by zimmermann, vehicles over 2.5 tons are already heavy goods vehicles, according to rainer polster (G). Kranzlein wants to have this statement verified. "It is a disgrace to limit the dark way, although money was spent for it", found kaspar neubauer.

Norbert schreiber emphasized that there had to be a bypass already 20 years ago. "Because of the smog, everyone drives through quickly, because it stinks in the village", says schreiber. "That my fiat ducato is called heavy traffic is laughable", noted gartner master craftsman manfred wiedow. He found it unacceptable that the route through the church property in the bauersleite building area was "buried" the day before in the municipal council have.

"The city council has approved the retirement home and a quarter of an hour later, the affected people are being pushed over the head by building a state road in front of their house", kranzlein rejects wiedow's objection.

Walter bogner emphatically advocated for the bypass. "That fewer customers and guests will then come are outdated views", said bogner. Konrad schrufer (G) is a doubter of bypassing. That people in the village would then open a shop, could be forgotten. Schrufer prefers to expand the dark road properly. But this is paid for by gobweinstein and not by the state, she countered lightly.

Werner fischer viewed the whole thing as a tourist. Hesse moved to moschendorf a year and a half ago, before that he came to gobweinstein as a guest for 30 years. "If there were no more through traffic, more tourists would come to gobweinstein", fischer is convinced. Norbert grun, however, doubted this. "Only with a pessimistic basic attitude we will not move anything in gobweinstein. We need visions, kranzlein concluded the discussion, which is to be continued in two months' time.

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