Lärchenweg closed for two weeks

The Lärchenweg will be closed from Monday, 11th June, until Friday, 22nd June, 2018, between houses 9 and 12 to allow work to take place on underground pipes.

Pedestrians and cyclists should still be able to pass the building site.

Part of the Dornbachstraße one-way

The Dornbachstraße will be one-way, travelling northwards, between Im Heidegraben and the Fischbachstraße to allow for the bus stops to be modernised. The buses will, however, continue to travel in both directions and will be stopping at temporary bus stops in front of the houses with numbers 39 and 42.

Lärchenweg closed on Monday

The Lärchenweg will be closed on Monday, 28th August, 2017 from 8.30am until 12 noon to allow concrete walls to be delivered.

Pedestrians and cyclists should still be able to pass the building site.

Road closed in Bommersheim, buses diverted

Work started today (Monday, 21st August, 2017) in the road “An der Friedenslinde” in Bommersheim and is set continue until the end of March 2018.

The road and pavements are being re-surfaced and the level of the bus stops adjusted to allow step-free access to the buses.

While the work is going on, bus routes 42, 46, 47 and 49 are being diverted.  The stops “An der Friedenslinde”, “Kalbacher Straße” and “Goldackerweg” cannot be serviced, instead the buses will travel along the Lange Straße and will stop at the Burgstraße on both directions, the Goldackerweg travelling into Oberursel and “Im Ölgarten” when travelling towards Weißkirchen.

 

Long-term roadworks in the Altkönigstraße

Monday, 7th August, 2017 sees the start of roadworks in the Altkönigstraße that are set to last until the end of March 2018.

The first stage will see the footpath on the southern side of the road being re-surfaced between houses 60 and 68 and the bus stop being re-built to make level access to the buses.

Roadworks sign - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / RedKoalaThen the footpath will be re-surfaced up to the Rotbornstraße.

In the third stage the footpath and the parking bays on the northern side of the road between the Clara-Schumann-Straße and Steinmühlenweg will be done, followed by the footpath and bus stop near the Steinmühlenweg and Altkönigstraße number 73.

The final stage will see the road itself being re-surfaced.

The first four stages will see the road reduced to a single carriageway with traffic lights in operation.  The road will need to be closed completely for part of the re-surfacing work in the finale stage.

Local residents should be able to access their drives at most times.  The cost of the project is being paid for in part by a grant from the regional government (Land Hessen), and will in total cost €730,000.

Robert-Kempner-Ring closed

The Robert-Kempner-Ring in Camp King is closed to traffic in front of house number 24 to allow a number of utilities to add new connections.

Roadworks in the Alfred-Lechler-Strasse

Roadworks sign - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / RedKoalaFibre-optic cables are being laid in the Alfred-Lechler-Straße and Friedländerstraße between Sunday, 20th November and Friday, 23rd December, 2016.

During this time parts of the footpath and the road may be inaccessible, however access to all of the properties along the road will be maintained.

The Alfred-Lechler-Straße contains not only the car park for the Taunus Information Centre, but also Frankfurt International School’s Primary School.

Road surfacing at “An den Drei Hasen”

Roadworks sign - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / RedKoalaRe-surfacing work in the “An den Drei Hasen” area will mean that some roads will be partially or completely closed at times between Wednesday, 17th February and Friday, 19th February, 2016.

The roads affected are:

  • Obere Zeil
  • Bertha-von-Suttner-Straße
  • Langwiesenweg
  • Willy-Brandt-Straße
  • Karl-Hermann-Flach-Straße

Eppsteiner Straße closed on one side

The Eppsteiner Straße will be reduced to half its normal width between Monday, 25th February and Friday, 1st March, 2013.  The section affected is in front of house number 13.  This is to allow building work to take place.

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