Why Frankfurt needs the Radentscheid

… and everyone will benefit.

Where we stand

… and why 40,000 signatures are only the beginning.

What cyclists are interested in

… and how the traffic turnaround can succeed.

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What is the Radentscheid?

We have started a citizens’ initiative for better cycling infrastructure in Frankfurt. We are not part of a political party or an association. We hope that the cycling referendum will improve the quality of life of all citizens of Frankfurt and make our city even more worth living!

What is our goal?

Our vision is the following: people of all ages and abilities should have the opportunity to cycle in Frankfurt safely, swiftly and without fear. That requires a forward-looking traffic policy, good bike paths and safely designed roads.

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How do we want to achieve this?

We want to bring about a referendum. This means that all citizens of Frankfurt that are entitled to vote can decide whether or not they agree with our demands. It is preceded by a petition: At least 3% of eligible voters (in Frankfurt this equals just over 15,000) have to sign a petition to bring about the referendum. We have surpassed this requirement by gathering 40,000 signatures!

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What happens next?

The electoral office has confirmed that enough valid signatures were submitted. The legal department will now check whether there are any legal reasons that conflict with the petition. Based on this, the magistrate will make a recommendation to the city council. The city council can either accept our demands in their entirety or reject them. In the latter case a referendum will be held. The schedule for these steps is still open.

RadBlog (in German)  & News

SPD Frankfurt fully supports the demands of the Radentscheid

After the Grüne already showed solidarity in March 2018 with the demands of the Radentscheid, this has now been declared by the SPD Frankfurt. Planning department head Mike Josef "… was impressed by the commitment and professionalism of the people involved in the...

Radschnellwege in and around Frankfurt – motivation from southern Lower Saxony

Ob durch die Diskussionen um das Dieselfahrverbot und deren Folgen, den Radentscheid Frankfurt für eine bessere Fahrradinfrastruktur mit über 40.000 Unterschriften, innovative Zukunftsvisionen zur Stadtentwicklung - wie bei der erst kürzlich beendeten Ausstellung...

UPDATE: Magistrat invites Radentscheid to talks

The Frankfurt government parties have invited representatives of the Radentscheid for talks. In several rounds lasting until March, solutions are sought. On Radentscheid side take the three chairmen, on magistrate side Klaus Oesterling (SPD) Martin Daum (CDU) and...

So schnell geht uns die Luft nicht aus! – This was the Radentscheid demo on January 27, 2019

More than 550 people braved the icy-wet weather in Frankfurt on January 27th. That had its reasons: The magistrate wants to reject the Radentscheid. But the Frankfurters can not be discouraged that easily! 40,000 people signed up last year for a better bicycle...

Bike right from the start – living and cycling

What does it take for the bicycle to be the center of a new urban mobility system? Vision: Der öffentliche Raum ist voll auf das Fahrrad ausgerichtetWir stellen uns eine hoffentlich nicht so ferne Zukunft vor: In der Stadt Frankfurt gibt es ein hevorragendes,...

Comment on the diesel driving bans in Frankfurt / M.

Der Radentscheid Frankfurt begrüßt alle Maßnahmen, die die Luftverschmutzung in Frankfurt am Main und seinem Umland reduzieren und die Gesundheit der Menschen schützen. Die erste Wahl sind für uns allerdings keine Dieselfahrverbote, sondern vernünftige Angebote,...

Streets as a living space – Future Visions for Frankfurt #02

Straßen und Plätze sind die wichtigsten öffentlichen Räume innerhalb unserer Städte – sie sind die Mittelpunkte städtischen Lebens und Orte für soziales Miteinander. Ihre Dimensionierung und Gestaltung bestimmen dabei, wie intensiv …

Streets as a living space – Future Visions for Frankfurt # 01

Themenreihe von Beatrix Baltabol und Rebecca Faller Neue Verkehrskonzepte, ein verändertes Mobilitätsverhalten, der Trend zum Fahrradfahren, der „Dieselskandal“ und drohende Fahrverbote machen das Thema „Verkehr und Stadt“ aktueller denn je. Die auftretenden Konflikte...

Car free Sunday in Brussels – soon in Frankfurt??

Mit Brüssel verbinden die meisten wohl Pommes, Schokolade und die europäischen Institutionen. Als ich vor gut vier Jahren in die „europäische Hauptstadt“ zog, war sie auch für mich noch auf diese Klischees reduziert. Inzwischen habe ich viele andere Seiten zu schätzen gelernt…

Statement on the Hessian state election 2018

Our first goal was that simultaneously to the Hessian state election should be voted on the Radentscheid referendum . Unfortunately, this was not realized, as one could see in the polling booth on Sunday. The reason: The legal department of the city of Frankfurt has...

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