Stage made for the economic transport concept of the Tempelhof-Schöneberg district in Berlin

Die LNC GmbH erarbeitet aktuell ein Wirtschaftsverkehrskonzept für den Bezirk Tempelhof-Schöneberg. Das Projekt fußt auf dem Integrierten Wirtschaftsverkehrskonzept (IWVK) des Landes Berlin.

LNC GmbH is currently developing a business traffic concept for the Tempelhof-Schöneberg district. The project is based on the Integrated Economic Transport Concept (IWVK) of the State of Berlin. The topics formulated there will be examined by LNC GmbH in the project for their relevance for the district level in order to derive concrete solution possibilities and, if necessary, pilot projects for the district. The focus will be on the topics of "delivery and loading", "areas and locations for innovative logistics solutions" and "heavy traffic".

In the first phase of the project, both intra-district and inter-district commercial traffic were examined in detail. Due to its three commercial areas Südkreuz, Großbeerenstraße and Motzener Straße alone, commercial traffic in the district of Tempelhof-Schöneberg is of particular importance. Measures to improve commercial traffic are being developed for these areas in particular.

For a summarized presentation of the traffic burdens caused by commercial traffic in different parts of the district Tempelhof-Schöneberg and a description of the status quo regarding commercial traffic, LNC GmbH has derived an index of commercial traffic-inducing influences in the district based on key factors. From cartographic analyses, different planning areas in the district with higher burdens from commercial traffic can be identified.

Numerous already implemented and initiated measures related to commercial traffic in the district testify to the importance of commercial traffic for the district. Together with additional practical examples from Germany and Europe, the LNC GmbH identified, analyzed and documented these approaches and presented them clearly to the client. In the coming project phase, approaches for the design of district-wide solutions for commercial traffic will be derived.

Numerous discussions with traders, municipal representatives and other stakeholders complete the analysis picture and are decisive for the development of demand-oriented solutions for the Berlin district.

LNC has been active in the field of municipal consulting for years and is currently supporting various municipalities in Germany to develop business traffic concepts.

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