Conflict over streets for public transport in Siemensstadt 2.0

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Berlin-Spandau

Conflict over streets for public transport in Siemensstadt 2.0

In the future, a bus could drive past the Siemens switchgear. But the route is currently needed in the course of production.


The Siemens administration building in Siemensstadt in Spandau.

Photo: Jessica Hanack / Hanack/ BM

Berlin. In the future, Siemensstadt 2.0 should function with as few cars as possible, avoiding unnecessary motorized individual traffic. That is the goal – which in return requires the best possible development of the site and connection to local public transport. In addition to the planned reactivation of the Siemensbahn, a new route for public transport across the area and a new bus stop were therefore provided in the draft of the master plan, in which the basic goals for the development of the site are laid down.



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The new route across the Siemens site is considered to be important in the long term

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Buchholz calls for innovative solutions for crossing

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Distribution of costs should be regulated in a framework agreement

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