The community of Oberschleißheim would like a representative station forecourt.
The square in the center of Oberschleißheim, which will in future be named after the Holocaust survivor, Max Mannheimer, is intended to be attractive and serve as a place of identification for Oberschleißheim residents.
- Following the decision of the municipal council in December 2019, the Munich planning office "Dragomir" now presented key points for future planning to the parliamentary groups of the day.
Bicycle parking spaces, green spaces and the station toilet are also themed as public transport, parking spaces for taxis and the state road St 2342 that rushes past the station.
As part of the urban development program “Socially Integrative City” in the Park Settlement and the plans for a new town center on Stutenanger, the “Children's Participation” project initiated by the Socially Integrative City looked out for problem areas not only in the Park Settlement a good ten years ago.
Even then, the station forecourt was certified as having “functional and design defects”.
As the new town center, the scramble for Rewe and the new market square, increasingly came to the fore, the station forecourt moved into the second section.
Six barrier-free bus stops planned
With a flute player fountain, bookcase, shady trees, a toilet, restaurants and attractive shops, the community hopes to establish the station forecourt as a meeting place for young and old.
Considerations of doing without the well are unlikely to prevail in this context.
Peter Benthues (CSU) recalled that the "lovingly accepted" flute player fountain by the Oberschleissheimers had been built with donation funds.
The traffic management should prove to be decisive for the future of the square.
"Dragomir" is planning with six barrier-free bus stops.
Four of them right at the train station.
Two express buses are to be dispatched on Mittenheimer Strasse.
All six stops are to be equipped with covered shelters.
A parking garage for bicycles
At least 266 bicycles are to be accommodated in covered, partly lockable, double-decker parkers.
The upcoming discussion about the number of taxi parking spaces suppressed SPD spokesman Florian Spirkl by pointing out that “Oberschleißheim only has one company with exactly one vehicle”.
“Dragomir” wants to create space for several short-term parking spaces.
So-called “Kiss + Ride parking spaces” for a short jump into the station building.
Casimir Katz (FDP) finds it extremely regrettable that the train station should do without a beer garden.
According to town hall information, the railway categorically opposes other plans.
It will take years, however, for the station forecourt to shine in new splendor.
Because the current schedule extends to the jury, which will decide next July on competition entries for the station forecourt.