New cycling path between Walferdange and Dommeldange: why not over the whole distance?

Between Walferdange and Dommeldange, a cycle path separate from road traffic will be built by next year. Unfortunately, it is only a kilometer long. Cyclists must continue on the road on the dangerous section of the "Kromm Längten". DP MP Guy Arendt asked the minister what the reasons are for this and whether it was not planned to secure the rest of the way to Walferdange as well.

« Wéi aus engem rezenten Zeitungsartikel ervirgeet, soll bis Ufank 2022 op engem Deelstéck vum PC15 tëscht Dummeldeng a Walfer ee vum Stroosseverkéier getrennte Vëloswee realiséiert ginn. Allerdéngs soll dee Vëloswee just op enger Längt vun engem Kilometer gebaut ginn, an zwar vun der Dummeldenger Gare bis bei de Beggener Park (rue Jean-Baptiste Nothomb). Duerno mussen d’Vëlosfuerer Richtung Walfer nees op déi vill befuere rue Henri Dunant eriwwer.

Besonnesch dëst Deelstéck duerch d‘Kromm Längten ass wéinst der laang gestreckter Kéier kuerz viru Walfer relativ geféierlech fir d’Vëlosfuerer. Reegelméisseg kënnt et hei zu riskanten Iwwerhuel-Manöver vun Automobilisten.

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

  • Firwat hält de geplangte Vëloswee an der rue Jean-Baptiste Nothomb op ?
  • Ass virgesinn, de Rescht vun der Vëlospist PC15 tëschent Walfer an dem Beggener Park och méi sécher ze maachen ? Goufen sech schonns Gedanke gemaach iwwert en eventuellen Tracé (z.B. weider laanscht d’Gleisen oder e separate Vëloswee laanscht d’rue Henri Dunant) ? Wa jo, wat fir en Tracé wier fir de Minister déi beschte Léisung a fir wéini kéint dës realiséiert ginn ? »

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