Senators drag feet over illegal parking

Senators drag feet over illegal parking

In our article on pavement parking from January 2021, we drew attention to a lawsuit pending at the Bremen Administrative Court against illegal pavement parking. Now there is a judgement: it was published on 22.2.22 and, among other things, upholds the...
Transport Accessibility 2. Pavement parking

Transport Accessibility 2. Pavement parking

There is hardly an issue in Bremen that is as heated as the parking of cars in residential areas. Questions like these arise: Who does resident parking help? Is parking on pavements permissible? And if so, under what conditions? What rights do pedestrians have? The...
Transport Accessibility – 1. Road Law

Transport Accessibility – 1. Road Law

  Part 1 : The legal Situation on Bremen’s Streets Public space is always a scarce commodity in cities that have grown over time without central planning.  Ever more, and ever bigger, vehicles are competing for the same amount of space.  At the same time, ...
Protected Bike Lanes in Corona Times: Do it Bremen!

Protected Bike Lanes in Corona Times: Do it Bremen!

  After Corona (2): When will Bremen get Protected Bike Lanes? Shortly before the outbreak of the pandemic, several protected bike lanes were announced in Bremen. In the meantime, we in Germany are in the middle of the second wave of infection – with a kind...
Politicians Moved to Address Sielwall

Politicians Moved to Address Sielwall

Sielwall – young men with overly-souped up cars race through it, and local politicians are finally seeing this as the danger that it is. Now the Sielwall and all four roads which lead to the so-called Sielwalleck are to be closed to car traffic up to 80 metres...