Since the beginning of construction work at the Karlsplatz in Vienna, the Viennese subway network has been continuously expanded. The steadily growing population and the associated need to carry more and more people to their daily destinations within a short time is a logistical challenge. Karlsplatz is one of the most important junctions for daily traffic. Three subway lines, several trams and buses, cyclists and pedestrians meet here with the motorized traffic in the narrow inner city space. The result of this situation, which has grown partially out of necessity, has cut the Resselpark and its surroundings off from the city center, shifted the connection lines beneath the surface and forced pedestrians underground. The main passage in this area serves as a direct connection between the 1st and 4th districts and is an important distribution point for public transport. A previously disregarded second route is the East Passage, which at the level of the Ku¿nstlerhaus allows an unimpeded crossing into Resselpark. This thesis deals with the revaluation of the area around the Viennese Resselpark, which contributes to the quality of life in Vienna considering the Karlskirche, the Technical University, the Vienna Museum and last but not least the park's landscape at its center. An unrestricted above ground connection between the two previously referenced districts will be created. With this measure, the East Passage will particularly grow in importance especially for passengers of the future U5 and the existing U4. In an architectural design, a possible handling of the urban development situation and the integration of the currently cut-off park.