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Place ignored: Residents complain about S-Bahn trains that simply rush through - "Loud and dangerous"

2023-01-13T07:08:22.264Z


Place ignored: Residents complain about S-Bahn trains that simply rush through - "Loud and dangerous" Created: 01/13/2023 08:02 By Phillip Plesch Christine Squarra (left) and Jutta Stricker want every train to stop in Dürrnhaar. © Marcus sleep The timetable change in December should actually bring an improvement for the S7. But this does not apply to all stations. Anger is growing in Durrnhaar


Place ignored: Residents complain about S-Bahn trains that simply rush through - "Loud and dangerous"

Created: 01/13/2023 08:02

By Phillip Plesch

Christine Squarra (left) and Jutta Stricker want every train to stop in Dürrnhaar.

© Marcus sleep

The timetable change in December should actually bring an improvement for the S7.

But this does not apply to all stations.

Anger is growing in Durrnhaar.

Munich - If an S-Bahn runs into the station and then doesn't stop... That's exactly what the residents of Dürrnhaar and Peiß (Munich district) experience every day since the timetable change in December.

Now there is resistance, which should lead to the Ministry of Transport.

Actually, there should be joy in the villages on the S7 in the direction of Aying.

Because since December there has finally been the long-awaited 20-minute cycle during the week.

But the additional trains used do not stop everywhere.

While Aying, Großhelfendorf and the Kreuzstraße terminus (there is now a 40-minute service) benefit from the innovations, Dürrnhaar and Peiß fall by the wayside.

“The trains just rush by.

That's not only annoying, but also dangerous and loud," complains Jutta Stricker.

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Together with local councilor Christine Squarra (Greens) and others, she is now collecting signatures to draw attention to this grievance.

In Dürrnhaar, the Ayinger district with around 620 inhabitants, displeasure is growing.

The requirement is clear: “The additional lanes should stop everywhere.

You can't just ignore Dürrnhaar.” It's not just the people of Dürrnhaar that are affected.

People would also come from Faistenhaar and Egmating to leave from there.

train passage!

About every hour, an S-Bahn rushes through Dürrnhaar without stopping.

© Marcus sleep

The parking lot and the bike racks are always full, says Stricker.

"Now the commuters have to drive on to the overcrowded car park in Höhenkirchen-Siegertsbrunn." Because after a hard day's work in the state capital, nobody wants to sit on an S-Bahn that doesn't stop.

Deutsche Bahn points to an increased risk of delays

The Dürrnhaar-based company has already collected a few hundred signatures.

At the end of January they want to approach the Bavarian Ministry of Transport.

The issue has also been discussed in the council.

Mayor Peter Wagner (CSU) has already contacted the Munich transport association and constituency delegate Kerstin Schreyer (CSU).

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When asked, Deutsche Bahn explains: "The additional time for further stops at these less frequented stations would make the timetable much more susceptible to delays and would no longer allow the connection to the Mangfalltalbahn in Kreuzstraße, which is currently ensured." Improvement is with the expansion of the single-track route in sight.

The plans for this are in progress.

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