Fluorescent markings on the motorways for better traffic safety?

In the Netherlands, a pilot project was launched a few years ago, in which the markings on the motorway were applied using fluorescent colors to improve road safety. What is the conclusion of this project? Would this also be an idea for implementation in Luxembourg? DP MPs Gusty Graas and Max Hahn have asked the minister for information.

« En 2014, le projet pilote « Smart Highway » a été lancé aux Pays-Bas dans le cadre duquel des marquages fluorescents ont été peints sur un tronçon d’autoroute afin d’augmenter la sécurité routière à des endroits faiblement éclairés.

Dans ce contexte nous aimerions poser les questions suivantes à Monsieur le Ministre de la Mobilité et des Travaux publics :

  • Quelles sont les conclusions de ce projet sept ans après son lancement ?
  • Monsieur le Ministre estime-t-il utile de mettre en place des marquages similaires à certains endroits au Luxembourg, par exemple sur des autoroutes ? »

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