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Autumn fair 2022 in Cologne: Planning is in full swing

Created: 09/07/2022, 05:51 p.m

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The Deutz fair 2022 is scheduled to take place from October 28th to November 6th. The planning in Cologne is in full swing. Above all, it should be safer.

Cologne – The preparations for the Deutz fair in autumn 2022 are in full swing. To ensure that there are no riots and unsightly scenes in Cologne this year, the city administration, showmen, politicians, the police and citizens’ associations are working together on functioning traffic and safety concepts.
24RHEIN shows what the expanded traffic and safety concept for the Deutz fair in Cologne should look like.

The plan: more safety, less traffic and less waste. Countless measures have been developed. Among other things, the forces of the security service, the regulatory office and the police will be massively increased. At the same time, the area around the fairgrounds should be cleaned. In addition, the main and side streets in Deutz are to be closed to traffic. (jw)

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