Modification of the Code de la route makes cyclists less visible

Many cyclists have a flashing light on their bikes in order to be more visible on the road and to feel safer. The Minister of Mobility wishing to ban such lights, the deputies of the DP Max Hahn and André Bauler asked on the basis of what data the decision had been taken and whether the cycling interest groups had been consulted.

« Den Här Minister huet rezent eng Rei Ännerungen um Code de la route presentéiert, dorënner déi, dass an Zukunft Luuchten um Vëlo, déi blénken, net méi erlaabt wäerte sinn. Fir vill Vëlosfuerer bitt sou eng Luucht awer eng wichteg zousätzlech Sécherheet, well doduerch hir Visibilitéit am Stroosseverkéier däitlech eropgeet, zemol bei schlechte Luucht- a Wiederverhältnisser.

Aus deem Grond wollte mir dem Här Minister fir Mobilitéit an ëffentlech Aarbechte folgend Froe stellen :

– Wat sinn d’Argumenter hannert dëser Decisioun ?

– Op wéi engen Etüde respektiv empireschen Donneeë baséiert sech den Här Minister bei senger Decisioun ?

– Sinn d’Interesseverbänn vun de Vëlosfuerer bei dëser Decisioun gefrot ginn ? »

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