How is the PC22 cycle path between Diekirch and Vianden progressing?

The extension of the PC22 cycle path seems to be stuck, largely due to terrains that the state doesn't possess yet. DP MP André Bauler therefore asked how the project was advancing.

Et ass scho méi laang gewosst, datt et Problemer gëtt beim Akaf vun Terrainen am Bleesdall (Gemeng Tandel) fir d’Vëlospist PC22 vun Dikrech op Veianen z’amenagéieren. Et wier awer duerchaus méiglech schonn en Deelstéck vun dëser Pist ze verwierklechen, an zwar vu Gilsdref bis an d’Selz.

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

  • Wou ass dëse Projet de Moment drun? Läit e komplett op Äis oder gëtt d’Planung iwwerschafft?
  • Sinn entre-temps nees Gespréicher mat de betraffene Besëtzer vun Terrainen, déi gebraucht ginn, fir d’Vëlospist vu Gilsdref bis op Fouhren ze verlängeren an da vun do aus un déi al Eisebunnslinn vum „Benny“ unzeschléissen, gefouert ginn? Wa jo, wat sinn d’Konklusiounen?
  • Wéi héich wier de geschate Käschtepunkt, wa sech dëse Projet konkretiséiere géif?“

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