Poller-Alarm in Berlins Choose! – BZ Berlin

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First Friedrichshain, then Kreuzberg – and soon it will be rampant throughout Berlin: Polleritis!

By Hildburg Bruns and Emma Neugebauer

Red and white ringed pillars that block crossings diagonally or streets from sidewalk to sidewalk. © www.de24.news The y are springing up in abundance in the programs for the September election.

You live in the Samariterkiez with the barriers and dead ends for around 1.5 years. BZ checked the experience: © www.de24.news

 The  residents are happy about less through traffic, drivers are annoyed about detours.

Steven Ewen (50), bartender: “I almost always walk or cycle anyway.  There is only one disadvantage: Many frustrated drivers then drive on one-way streets that they are actually not allowed to use ”(Photo: Olaf Selchow)
Steven Ewen (50), bartender: “I almost always walk or cycle anyway. © www.de24.news The re is only one disadvantage: Many frustrated drivers then drive on one-way streets that they are actually not allowed to use ”(Photo: Olaf Selchow)

“Many frustrated drivers then drive on one-way streets that they are not allowed to use. Actually, they should turn around when they notice that they cannot continue because of the bollards, “says bar manager Steven Ewen (50).


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In the case of initiatives, the blocks are called Kiez-Blocks, the plans pop up like pop-up bike paths. “We want to create many new neighborhood blocks in the next legislature. We want to get cars out of streets and neighborhoods and create space for life – for children, culture and nature, ”said the Greens about their plans.

Madga Zochowska (32), computer scientist: “Since 2019 there has been less going on on the streets.  I enjoy that, I am out and about with my dog ​​every day (Photo: Olaf Selchow)
Madga Zochowska (32), computer scientist: “Since 2019 there has been less going on on the streets. I enjoy that, I am out and about with my dog ​​every day (Photo: Olaf Selchow)

In an application for the party congress last weekend, the Left pleads for an immediate state program: pilot projects are to be implemented as models for local initiatives. “Kiez blocks create a new quality of stay,” says the application.

Dirk Brinkmann (35), building cleaner from Hellersdorf: “I am out and about here in the Samariter Kiez almost every day.  The traffic blocks cost me nerves and unnecessarily long distances (Photo: Olaf Selchow)
Dirk Brinkmann (35), building cleaner from Hellersdorf: “I am out and about here in the Samariter Kiez almost every day. © www.de24.news The  traffic blocks cost me nerves and unnecessarily long distances (Photo: Olaf Selchow)

In Pankow, 18 neighborhoods have already been examined, in autumn five favorites with the best conditions were selected, including Langhanskiez, Winsviertel, Kollwitzplatz and Helmholtzkiez.

Philine Gollan (26), event manager from Wrangelkiez: “In the past, many car drivers tried to bypass the traffic lights at Schlesisches Tor and crashed through the neighborhood.  Fortunately, that is no longer possible (Photo: Olaf Selchow)
Philine Gollan (26), event manager from Wrangelkiez: “In the past, many car drivers tried to bypass the traffic lights at Schlesisches Tor and crashed through the neighborhood. Fortunately, that is no longer possible (Photo: Olaf Selchow)

In the future new building areas, the goal of car-free residential areas will be achieved differently. © www.de24.news

 The re, neighborhood garages for private cars will only be built on the edges, the streets will remain free.





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