Route radars in the tunnels of the A7

Route radars have been in use in the tunnels of the A7 for several months. DP MP André Bauler wanted to know from the responsible minister, among other things, how many vehicles have been flashed so far and what maximum speed was measured.


« Depuis quelques mois les radars de tronçon installés dans les tunnels de l’autoroute A7 sont opérationnels afin d’assurer davantage de sécurité. 

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

  • Combien de véhicules y ont été flashés depuis que les radars en question sont opérationnels ?
  • Quel type de véhicule a été flashé le plus fréquemment ?
  • Quelle a été la vitesse maximale enregistrée dans les tunnels ? 
  • Quelle est la part des véhicules étrangers ayant dépassé la vitesse prescrite dans l’ensemble des véhicules flashés ? »

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