A new district is to be built on the site of the former barracks in Ebelsberg and create the urgently needed living space for the growing city. Shortly before construction begins, the planners realize that this huge construction project will have a massive impact on the traffic situation in the south of the city. The construction site operation will bring traffic to a standstill in this area and cause hours of traffic jams for commuters.
The roads leading into the city are already totally overloaded, the public transport network is neither sufficient nor attractive enough, and politicians do not want to face up to this problem. The creation of the new district with almost 3000 apartments has an impact on the entire area, and the neighboring communities in the south of Linz are also affected. Before the usual accusations of blame or bold requests to finally find solutions to the traffic problems lead to petty, party-political bickering, the city management must intervene to put things in order. An overall concept is to be developed as to how total traffic collapse can be avoided. A cross-party group of experts could be the solution to prevent the worst from happening.
Franz Peer, Linz
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