Langwiesenweg closed

The Langwiesenweg will be closed between the Bertha-v.-Suttner-Straße and Lise-Meitner-Straße from Thursday, 18th January until Thursday, 25th January, 2018 to allow for work on underground pipes to take place.

Road junction closed

During the coming week (Monday 31st July – Friday 4th August, 2017) work will be taking place on underground utility pipes near the “Drei Hasen” bridge.  The slip road connecting the Nassauer Straße with the Homburger Landstraße travelling towards Bommersheim will be closed during this time.

Traffic will be diverted along the Willy-Brandt-Straße and “An den Drei Hasen” back towards and then under the bridge.

The slip road in the other direction is not affected.

Obere Zeil closed this week

Roadworks sign - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / RedKoalaDue to work on underground pipes the Obere Zeil will be closed until Thursday, 20th February, 2014.

 

Weinbergstraße closed for another week

Roadworks sign - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / RedKoalaThe Weinbergstraße in Oberstedten will remain closed until 20th February, 2014, to allow work to take place on underground pipes.

The road is closed from the junction with the Friedrichstraße, however this road can still be used to access the Mariannenweg and the other end of the Weinbergstraße.

Roadworks will continue for a further month once the road is re-opened.

As a result of the closure, buses 41 and 45, along with the school buses 46, 48 and 49 diverted.

Bus - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / robwilson39Numbers 41 and 45 will by-pass the road and continue from the Hauptstaße into the Niederstedter Straße, then to Hans-Mess-Straße before travelling to Bad Homburg.  They will not stop at “Friedrichstraße”, “Weinbergstraße” or “Linde” and passengers should use “Mittelstedter Straße” and “Niederstedter Straße” instead.

The school buses 46 and 48 will start at the “Niederstedter Straße” stop before entering the Hauptstraße and continuing on their normal route.

Bus 49 will terminate at “Niederstedter Straße”.

Weinbergstraße closed until mid February

Roadworks sign - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / RedKoalaThe Weinbergstraße in Oberstedten will be closed until 13th Feburary, 2014, to allow work to take place on underground pipes.

The road is closed from the junction with the Friedrichstraße, however this road can still be used to access the Mariannenweg and the other end of the Weinbergstraße.

Roadworks will continue for a further month once the road is re-opened.

As a result of the closure, buses 41 and 45, along with the school buses 46, 48 and 49 diverted.

Bus - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / robwilson39Numbers 41 and 45 will by-pass the road and continue from the Hauptstaße into the Niederstedter Straße, then to Hans-Mess-Straße before travelling to Bad Homburg.  They will not stop at “Friedrichstraße”, “Weinbergstraße” or “Linde” and passengers should use “Mittelstedter Straße” and “Niederstedter Straße” instead.

The school buses 46 and 48 will start at the “Niederstedter Straße” stop before entering the Hauptstraße and continuing on their normal route.

Bus 49 will terminate at “Niederstedter Straße”.

Work on sewage pipes in the Theodor-Heuss-Straße

Roadworks sign - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / RedKoalaWork will begin on the sewage pipes in the Theodor-Heuss-Straße on Monday, 6th January, 2014 increase and in some places double the capacity of the pipes.

The work will start at the Rotbornstraße and continue towards the Altkönigstraße along a length of 500m, which, including re-surfacing the road will take until July 2014.

At times the road will be closed and a diversion will be in place.

Warning against fake pipe inspectors

Oberursel’s town hall has issued a warning against a company who claim to inspect water and/or sewage pipes and their connections to private property.  The company claim that they have been asked to do this by a public office.

The town hall stresses that neither they nor their infrastructure subsidiary (BSO) have commissioned any such work on private connections to the system.

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