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Münster invests in cycling!

(English version below)

Die Stadt Münster investiert in neue Velorouten! Und unser Mobycon Team wird die Veloroute Nr. 7 zwischen Stadtzentrum und Ascheberg planen, in Kooperation mit der Ingenieurgesellschaft NTS (Münster/Hiltrup). Wir freuen uns auf eine gute Zusammenarbeit mit der Stadt Münster und NTS bei der Planung einer komfortablen, schnellen und sicheren Veloroute, an der in Zukunft viele Radfahrer/-innen Freude haben sollen.

Die Stadt Münster hat mit hohen Verkehrsmengen zu kämpfen und die Radverkehrsinfrastruktur entspricht nicht der Nachfrage. Deshalb beabsichtigt die Stadt, die Radverkehrsinfrastruktur an die hohen Verkehrsmengen anzupassen und neue Radwege zu schaffen bzw. bestehende zu verbessern. Insgesamt sind 13 Velorouten in Planung. Für drei davon startet die Planung jetzt. Die Veloroute #7 verbindet das Stadtzentrum mit den südlich davon gelegenen Orten Amelsbüren und Ascheberg. Der Teil der Route von der Gemeindegrenze bis nach Ascheberg wird vom Nachbarkreis Coesfeld geplant.

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The City of Münster is investing in new cycle routes! Our Mobycon team will plan cycle route no. 7 between Münster city centre and nearby Ascheberg, in cooperation with the engineering company NTS (Münster/Hiltrup). We are looking forward to building a good collaboration with the City of Münster and NTS to plan a comfortable, fast and safe cycle route, that can be enjoyed by many cyclists in the future.

The City of Münster is struggling with high volumes of cycling with cycling infrastructure that does not accommodate the existing demand. As a result, the City intends to adapt the existing infrastructure to meet the need by creating new cycle paths or improving existing ones. A total of 13 cycle routes are planned, with planning for three of them underway. Veloroute #7 connects the city centre with the towns of Amelsbüren and Ascheberg to the south. The section of the route from the municipal border of Münster to Ascheberg is planned by the neighbouring district of Coesfeld.

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Bernhard Ensink

Strategic Advisor

‘Sustainable mobility for all – that’s what matters for me. The base for this is the combination and integration of the sub-systems walking, cycling and public transport in one sustainable mobility system. This is also crucial for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.’

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