Overcrowded buses on line 136

As the buses on line 136 are completely overcrowded during the morning, DP MP André Bauler asked if it isn't possible to use bigger buses.

„D’Buslinn 136, déi vu Konstem iwwer Lëpschent, Méchela an Ierpeldeng/Sauer bis op Ettelbréck fiert, ass moies fréi aktuell sou ausgelaascht, dass de Bus komplett iwwerfëllt ass. Et sief ze präziséieren, dass am Moment just e Mini-Bus mat enger Kapazitéit vu 15 Sëtzplazen op där Linn agesat gëtt.

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

  • Wéi vill Usagere ginn op der Linn 136 den Dag gezielt a wéi sinn se pro Duerf, dat ugefuer gëtt, verdeelt?
  • Ass et eventuell méiglech fir déi aktuell Kapazitéit vum (Mini-)Bus an de Moiesstonnen eropzesetzen?“

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