The smarter way to travel by road or rail

Europaviertel lies at the heart of Frankfurt. As a result, it is just a short distance away from the city center and other districts. In addition, people who live or work in Europaviertel enjoy excellent road and railway connections. The road network takes drivers to the A648 motorway in a matter of minutes. From there, the A5 and A66 are readily accessible. Rapid transit stops Messe and Gallus connect the district to the city’s mass transit system. This extensive transport network is rounded off by a bus route.

Europaviertel also supports electric transportation. There are two electric vehicle charging stations along Pariser Strasse and Europa-Allee.

A tunnel for road vehicles and public transportation is being built under Europagarten. As part of a project coordinated by the city of Frankfurt and mass transit operator VGF, the inner section will serve as an extension of the U5 light rail line. In late 2016, aurelis plans to hand the tunnel over to the city and declare the sections for road vehicles open – enabling road users to travel underground between Emser Brücke and Am Römerhof.

In addition, the district features an excellent, well-planned network of footpaths and cycle lanes. Green spaces are linked, so pedestrians and cyclists can travel along green ways from Europagarten all the way to the Nidda river.

Aurelis starts with tunnel construction under Europagarten