Start of construction for Radspur after years of debate

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Madlen Haarbach writes from NEUKÖLLN:

  • After years of debates about a safe cycling infrastructure in Hermannstrasse, construction work should start in at least one section. According to the district office, a new cycle lane is expected to be marked from October 18, which is also a shared bus lane in parts. In addition, new delivery zones are marked for commercial operations. The wheel lane is to be partially cleared, and an initially provisional center island is planned at the level of Schierker Strasse. More on this in the newsletter, other topics this time including:
  • Corona update: There should continue to be free rapid tests in Neukölln – medical officer Savaskan calls for a target for vaccinations
  • Britzer Mühle reopens after renovation work
  • Kiezkamera: Silentdisco in Rixdorf
  • Everything to do with sheep: Shaft day on the Tempelhofer Feld
  • Ice rink starts the new season
  • Series of burglaries in takeaways from “Curry Paule”
  • Development plan for the former Rudow NME station is available

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Anima Müller reports from the MITTE district:

  • Further election breakdowns
  • Podcast from the youth prison
  • 60,000 vehicles per week on Alte Jakobstrasse
  • Clearance of Köpi-Wagenplatz
  • Criticism of the “Charter of Consideration” on the Weinbergsweg
  • Offices instead of apartments on Seydelstrasse
  • Corpse on Alex: suspect arrested
  • Aminata Touré bei Black-Community-Lesung
  • Draw with charcoal while jumping
  • The rumor about parking spaces on Krausenstrasse

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The Reinickendorf newsletter is taking a short vacation break and will appear again on October 27th.

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