After the Greens, the SPD is now also rising and calling for measures to promote cycling.
This also includes Tempo 30 in town centers.
The Tegernsee Transport Committee has dealt with the issue.
Tegernsee Transport Committee discusses suggestions from local SPD associations on the subject of cycling.
Tempo 30 is also required.
City wants to examine suggestion for speed limits in the center.
During the SPD bike tour “Links um den Tegernsee” in July, the idea arose to start the concerted campaign “The Tegernsee Valley - fit for cyclists” and to present it to the mayors at Tegernsee.
Tegernsee was the first municipality to deal with it, city hall chief Johannes Hagn (CSU) had the suggestions of the SPD local associations discussed in the transport committee on Monday evening.
The SPD suggests three points.
One of them is a creative competition among local craftsmen for a bicycle stand that is standardized across the valley.
Hagn made it clear that he thought little of it, especially since Gmund had probably already decided on a model.
"We will also be retrofitting stands in Tegernsee," promised Hagn, who also does not consider the second point to be necessary: an annual "Tegernsee Valley Cycling Evening".
The SPD suggests that the mayor and administration should report on measures taken to promote cycling and plans.
Hagn found that the annual citizens' meetings were sufficient.
The third suggestion was discussed in detail: the restriction to 30 km / h in built-up areas in order to increase safety and reduce conflicts on footpaths and mixed paths.
"The acceptance for this is seen differently," said Hagn, but suggested that Tempo 30 between the marina and the arcades be checked for Tegernsee.
Rudolf Gritsch (CSU) announced his approval, but thought Tempo 30 on other streets in town was just as important.
Vice-Mayor Michael Bourjau (FWG) thought the town center was ideal, it was for a valley-wide reflection and recommended that the focus also be on e-mobility.
For Peter Hollerauer (FWG) Tempo 30 would only make sense at night.
"During the day the cars are braked anyway when they are in a queue behind the cyclists." Thomas Mandl, who had signed the application with his colleagues from the other local SPD associations, stirred the drum and had the planned inclusion in the working group bicycle-friendly municipalities (AGFK) and the upcoming trip in view: “We have to do something,” demanded Mandl.
In the end, a decision on the purchase of bike racks was unanimously postponed and the need for a bike evening was unanimously rejected.
Against Hollerauer's vote, the test for Tempo 30 in the center and Tegernsee-Süd was decided.
The city council will still deal with it.
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