Hessen Mobil - road and traffic management
Hessen Mobil - road and traffic management
|Supervisory authority||Hessian Ministry for Economy, Energy, Transport and Housing|
|founding||March 1, 1954|
|Authority management||Gerd Riegelhuth, President|
|Servants||approx. 3500 (as of April 2017)|
Hessen Mobil - Road and Traffic Management is a higher administrative authority of the State of Hessen and looks after the federal trunk roads , state roads and most of the district roads in Hessen .
Its responsibilities include the planning and construction of new roads and civil engineering structures , the conversation of the existing road network and the influence of traffic. Hessen Mobil is also responsible for promoting public transport in the state of Hessen and promoting municipal road construction in accordance with the Municipal Transport Financing Act.
Hessen Mobil is subordinate to the Hessian Ministry for Economic Affairs, Energy, Transport and Housing .
- The road network managed by Hessen Mobil covers approx. 17,000 km, of which:
- 1,000 km of federal motorway
- 3,000 km of federal road
- 7,300 km of state road
- 5,000 km district road
The infrastructure also includes:
- 6,500 bridges
- 3,660 retaining walls
- 2,300 traffic lights and pedestrian protection systems
- 1,222 emergency telephones
- 169 rest areas
- 430 noise barriers (approx. 158 km in total)
- 15 tunnels (approx. 7,400 m in total)
Hesse mobile operates the traffic control center Hesse , the road by various traffic control systems controls, for example, 190 substitutive variable message signs , 35 dynamic signpost with integrated congestion information (dWiSta) and 2 dynamic information panels for travel time display (dIRA). An important instrument within the framework of the Hessen 2015 traffic jam-free project , which it operates , is the 90 km temporary hard shoulder clearance .
Hessen Mobil is headquartered in Wiesbaden. In addition, the authority maintains 12 regional locations in Bad Arolsen , Darmstadt , Dillenburg , Eschwege , Frankfurt , Fulda , Gelnhausen , Heppenheim , Kassel , Marburg , Schotten , and Wiesbaden as well as a total of 60 road and motorway maintenance depots. Hessen Mobil also operates the Hessen Transport Center (VZH) in Frankfurt. All Hessian traffic data is collected here and the traffic control system is operated. In the tunnel control center of the State of Hessen in Eschwege, all 15 road tunnels are permanently monitored and controlled by Hessen Mobil. There is also a training center in Rotenburg an der Fulda .
On March 1, 1954, the Hessian State Office for Road Construction was founded. The aim was to coordinate the work of the individual road construction authorities and to set uniform standards in road construction. In the first published directory of offices of the State of Hesse as of April 1, 1975, the road construction administration was organized as follows: 14 road construction offices including 76 road maintenance departments were subordinate to the state office, the Frankfurt motorway office including three branch offices in Alsfeld, Griesheim and Limburg and 15 motorway maintenance departments, and Finally, there were the five new road construction offices Hessen-Süd in Darmstadt , Hessen-Mitte in Gießen , Hessen-Nord in Kassel , Rhein-Main in Wiesbaden and Untermain in Frankfurt am Main with four branch offices. The administration of new roads also included three building material and soil testing centers in Griesheim, Wetzlar and Kassel.
On January 1, 1995, the Hessian State Office for Road Construction (HLS) was renamed the Hessian State Office for Roads and Transport (HLSV) and the Hessian Road Construction Offices (SBÄ) were renamed as Offices for Roads and Transport (ÄSV). With the simultaneous dissolution of the autobahn office (Frankfurt / M.), The autobahn maintenance offices were divided between the offices for road and traffic in Frankfurt / M. (Darmstadt, Diedenbergen , Ehringshausen , Frankfurt am Main, Idstein , Langenselbold , Lorsch , Offenbach am Main , Reiskirchen , Rüsselsheim ) and Kassel ( Alsfeld , Bad Hersfeld , Fulda , Kassel, Kirchheim , Niederelsungen ). In 1996/97 the structural reform of the master workshops took place, in the course of which the present master workshop cuts were essentially created.
The change to the Hessian Road Act in 1997 enabled the districts to no longer have the district roads looked after by the ASV, but by other providers or on their own. For the first time exposed to a competitive situation, the administration of the HLSV was significantly tightened. After the reduction of 1,450 employees between 1990 and 2004, 3,600 full-time positions remained.
On January 1, 2012, the Hessian Road and Transport Administration HSVV was converted into a division. This also changed the name to Hessen Mobil - road and traffic management , Hessen Mobil for short .
As part of the new organization, the formerly largest location, Frankfurt, was closed within two years.
- Gerd Riegelhuth, since 2019
- Burkhard Vieth (2009-2019)
- Wolfgang Scherz (2007-2009)
- Burkhard Vieth (provisional 2006-2007)
- Jürg M. Sparmann (1992-2006)
- HLSV: 50 years of the Hessian State Office for Roads and Transport, 2004
- ↑ Economy Minister Tarek Al-Wazir introduces Gerd Riegelhuth into his office as President of Hessen Mobil. Hessen Mobil, February 1, 2019, accessed on February 8, 2019 .
- ↑ About us - data & facts . In: Hessen Mobil - Road and Traffic Management . ( hessen.de ).
- ^ Office directory of the State of Hesse as of April 1, 1975, Hessian Minister for Economics and Technology division of April 15, 1975 . In: The director of the State Personnel Office Hessen (Hrsg.): State Gazette for the State of Hessen. 1975 No. 18 , p. 762 , point 607 (p. 774) ( online at the information system of the Hessian state parliament [PDF; 6,7 MB ]).
- ^ Office directory of the State of Hesse as of January 1, 1996, Hessian Minister for Economic Affairs, Transport and Regional Development from January 2, 1996 . In: The Hessian Minister of the Interior (ed.): State Gazette for the State of Hesse. 1996 No. 2 , p. 71 , point 40 (p. 121) ( online at the information system of the Hessian state parliament [PDF; 14.0 MB ]).
- ^ Announcement on the Hessen Mobil homepage about the name change , accessed on January 5, 2012
- ^ FAZ: "New structure for Hessian road administration" , December 26, 2011.
- ↑ Home »About us» President. Hessen Mobil, accessed April 14, 2018 . (Accessed September 2, 2013)
Coordinates: 50 ° 4 ′ 44.8 " N , 8 ° 14 ′ 41.7" E