Bypass Ettelbruck: What’s the state of progress?

Since the plans for the Ettelbruck bypass apparently are not progressing, among other reasons due to a too small budget for studies, the deputy of the DP André Bauler wanted to know from the competent minister what the state of progress in this matter was.

« Rezent huet de Buergermeeschter vun Ettelbréck op der Telé bedauert, datt de Ministère vun den ëffentlechen Aarbechten net virukéim mat de Planungen fir e méigleche Contournement vun Ettelbréck-Feelen. Et wiere just 50.000 Euro fir Studie virgesinn.

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

  • Kann den Här Minister soen, wou d’Planunge vun dësem Contournement de Moment dru sinn ? Wéini wäert e Gesetzesprojet an der Chamber kënnen deposéiert ginn ? Gouf et zënter 2019 Entrevuen am Ministère mat de Schäfferéit vun Ettelbréck a Feelen fir d’Thema ze verdéiwen?
  • Wéi eng zousätzlech Analysen oder Studie missten, ënner Ëmstänn, nach gemaach ginn, fir de Gesetzesprojet kënnen ze finaliséieren?
  • Ass sech weider Gedanke gemeet ginn wéi den definitiven Tracé kéint ausgesinn? Wat wieren eventuell Contrainten, déi d’Baue vun engem Contournement kéinte behënneren?
  • War schonn eng Versammlung mat de Proprietäre fir hinne verschidden Detailer z’erklären, virun allem wat den Agrëff an hiren Terrain ubelaangt?
  • Goufe schonn déi obligatoresch archeologesch Fouillen duerchgefouert? »

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