A P&R on the Poteau de Harlange?

Currently there are discussions about creating a P&R on the Poteau de Harlange. DP MP André Bauler asked the minister responsible if he could say more about it.

« Et ass mer zu Ouere komm, dass et aktuell Diskussiounen iwwer d’Schafe vun engem P&R um Hareler Poteau tëscht dem Ministère an de Gemengeresponsabele gëtt. Zesumme mat enger Expressbuslinn géif dëst de Beruffpendler aus der Regioun et erlaben, an enger Stonn an der Stad ze sinn.

Donieft wier sou e Parking och fir den Tourismus ronderëm de Stauséi intressant.

An deem Kader wollt ech dem Här Minister fir Mobilitéit an ëffentlech Aarbechte folgend Froe stellen:

– Kann den Här Minister weider Informatiounen zu deenen Diskussioune ginn ?

– Ass an deem Kader virgesinn, dee P&R mat enger Expressbuslinn bis an d’Stad ze verbannen ?– Gëtt och nach iwwer änlech Projeten an anere Landesdeeler nogeduecht ? Wa jo, wou wieren dës Standuerter ? Wéi gesäit hei d’Zesummenaarbecht mat de respektive Gemengen aus ? »

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