Large roadworks in the centre of Diekirch

Recently, large roadworks have been started in the center of Diekirch, which are expected to last until the end of the year. Given the major traffic disruptions, DP member André Bauler has asked the minister responsible what he intends to do to finish the roadworks as soon as possible and to minimize the negative impact.

« Le 31 mai dernier a commencé le chantier dans la rue du Pont à Diekirch si bien que la circulation au sein de la ville a dû être réorganisée de fond en comble. Le chantier durera plus que probablement jusqu’à la fin de l’année en cours.

Dans ce contexte j’aimerais poser les questions suivantes à Monsieur le Ministre de la Mobilité et des Travaux publics : 

  • Est-il prévu de continuer le chantier en question durant le congé collectif qui a lieu traditionnellement durant la période estivale afin que les travaux puissent mieux avancer en ce lieu stratégique et être finalisés dans les meilleurs délais ?
  • Le ministère est-il disposé à faire observer les flux de trafic au fil des semaines suivantes au sein de la ville afin d’opérer, si besoin en était, des corrections de tir en matière d’organisation de la circulation et, partant, de signalisation ?
  • Par quelles mesures ciblées le trafic de transit est-il sensibilisé à contourner la ville, en particulier à éviter les rues et ruelles des différents quartiers d’habitation ? »

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