Traffic Calming Frankfurt Mainkai
The objective is to evaluate the before and after effects from a temporary traffic calming that takes place in Frankfurt Mainkai (North Bank) from 1st of August 2019 to 31st of July in 2020. As a result, the research cooperation with the City of Frankfurt will offer valid data on pedestrian movement, conclusions and recommendations for the re design of Mainkai with pedestrians an cyclists in mind.
Jun.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Knöll
Gladys Vásquez Fauggier, M.Sc.
Lakshya Pandit, M.Tech.
Lanqing Gu, M.Sc.
Christa Yeung, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Guest student with IREP Program from TU Darmstadt.
In cooperation with
City of Frankfurt am Main
Prof. Dr. Martin Lanzendorf, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt
Prof. Dr. Kai Vöckler, HFG Offenbach
The research cooperation is funded by the City of Frankfurt for the period of July 2019 to September 2020.
Step 1: Counting, Observing, Mapping before Traffic Calming
From 2nd to 6th of July, UHG researchers and research students conducted four different methods on site along the Mainkai street in Frankfurt to determine a.) Pedestrian flows, b.) Urban qualities of the area, c.) Sound levels and d.) walkable and child-friendly areas before the traffic calming takes place.