More freight transport by road because of the pandemic?

It has come to the attention of the DP's MP Max Hahn that apparently CFL Cargo lost at least one major customer during the pandemic, since freight transport by road is currently more interesting than rail transport. This is why he wanted to know from the competent minister if this is the case and what measures the government intends to take to curb this trend.

« Et ass mer zu Ouere komm, dass am Laf vun der Pandemie CFL Cargo op mannst ee gréissere Client verluer hätt, dee säi Wuerentransport nees zréck op d’Strooss verluecht hätt, well dëst méi käschtegënschteg wier, an dass dowéinst souguer Personal vun CFL Cargo reaffektéiert hätt misse ginn.

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

  • Kann den Här Minister dës Informatioune confirméieren ? Wa jo, kann den Här Minister Prezisiounen dozou ginn ?
  • Wéi vill Mataarbechter sinn innerhalb vum CFL Grupp reaffektéiert ginn ?
  • Huet de Wuerentransport iwwer d’Schinn an der Pandemie un Attraktivitéit par Rapport zum Camion verluer ? Wat wieren d’Grënn dofir ? Wat gedenkt d’Regierung z’ënnerhuele fir dësen Trend eventuell ze bremsen ? »

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