The depot, which is to be built as part of Stuttgart 21 in Untertürkheim, could bring some lawsuits from project opponents. A further delay in the construction work seems possible.
Stuttgart/Untertürkheim – Last weekend (March 12) the large-scale project Stuttgart 21 made further progress with the construction of the 20th chalice support, the so-called special chalice. In the process, engineers and workers reached the “limits of what could be built”. However, another project in the course of the conversion at Stuttgart main station could now cause new problems.
BW24* explains why the planned depot will attract many complaints.
In December 2021, the Federal Railway Authority (Eba) approved the plans for the depot. It is to be built at the former freight yard in Untertürkheim. With the end of the planning approval decision, a period of four weeks began at the same time to file a lawsuit against the project. *BW24 is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.