Heidegraben & part of the Dornbachstraße one-way

The road “Im Heidegraben” will be one-way between the Dornbachstraße and the Hohemarkstraße from Monday, 12th July until Monday, 2nd August, 2021, with traffic only able to travel towards the Hohemarkstraße.  The end of the upper half of the Dornbachstraße that connects with it will also be one-way towards “Im Heidegraben”.

Bus route 42 will be diverted travelling towards the Friedhof and not be stopping at “Im Heidegraben” or “Lorsbachstraße”.  The alternative bus stops are “Glöcknerwiese” (usually served by route 50) and “Camp King” in the Hohemarkstraße.

Drunk driver hit U-Bahn railing

A car being driven by a 29-year-old woman was travelling along the Hohemarkstraße in the early hours of Sunday morning, heading towards the town centre.

On reaching the turning to “Im Heidegraben” she lost control of the vehicle and hit the railing of the U-Bahn station on the right-hand side of the road.

According to the police report she had drunk considerable alcohol, which was confirmed at the scene by a breathaliser test.  A blood sample was taken and her driving license was confiscated.

The damage is estimated at around €5,000.

Cyclist seriously injured on the Hohemarkstraße

A 68 year old cyclist from Bad Homburg was seriously injured on the Hohemarkstraße on Tuesday evening.

According to police he was riding on the cycle path uphill near house number 83, heading for “Im Heidegraben”, when for some unknown reason he suddenly moved onto the main road.

He was hit by a Ford Focus which was travelling parallel to him at the time, driven by a 26 year old.

As a result of the collection the cyclist suffered severe head injuries and was treated at the scene by a doctor before being taken by ambulance to the accident clinic in Frankfurt.

The car suffered considerable damage and the bicycle is a write-off, with the total damage estimated at around €7,000.

The Hohemarkstraße was closed in both directions for about half an hour.

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