Andrea Römmele

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Southern Germany, especially the state of Baden-Württemberg, is not known for being extraordinarily political or even rebellious, especially not when big infrastructure projects are planned. Its capital city, Stuttgart, is a very prosperous region with a strong automotive industry and a very strong economy in general, and it is now debating, fighting and demonstrating very hard and persistently on whether its train station should be completely restructured from a dead-end to a underground-drive-through train station.

After 15 years of planning and democratic decision making, the multibillion-dollar project was about to start two weeks ago, outraging an unexpectedly large portion of local as well as regional citizens.…  Seguir leyendo »