Is a renewal of the road CR 306 planned?

Between Grosbous and Grevels, the road to Bastogne was provisionally repaired. DP MP André Bauler has asked the responsible minister whether a renewal of this road section is planned and if so, what the costs would be.


„An der Uertschaft Groussbus ass rezent un der Strooss fir op Baaschtnech (CR 306) tëscht Groussbus a Gréiwels geschafft ginn. De Belag ass provisoresch gefléckt ginn, ma e fiert sech de Moment net gutt.

Aus deem Grond wollt ech den Här Minister fir Mobilitéit an ëffentlech Aarbechten Folgendes froen:

  • Gëtt et mëttlerweil e Projet, deen eng Erneierung vun dësem Streckenofschnëtt virgesäit?
  • Wa jo, wat wier de Käschtepunkt dovunner an a wat fir engem Mooss misst d’Gemeng sech dorunner finanziell bedeelegen?
  • Wéini kéinten dës Aarbechte spéitstens ufänken?”

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