Stop Maulusmühle: An idea to promote tourism during summer?

As work on the PC1 is scheduled to start soon, DP deputy André Bauler wanted to know from the Minister of Mobility whether the old Maulusmühle stop could not be served again in summer to support tourism in the region.

« Je viens d’apprendre que la première étape de construction de la nouvelle piste cyclable entre Clervaux et Troisvierges sera entamée dans un avenir proche.

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

  • Monsieur le Ministre peut-il informer si le quai de l’ancienne station de Maulusmühle, entièrement renouvelé lors de la modernisation de la ligne ferroviaire du Nord, pourra être maintenu ?
  • En effet, Monsieur le Ministre pourrait-il confirmer que cette station pourrait être desservie, si faire se peut, durant la saison touristique, afin d’être mise au profit des voyageurs les plus divers, en particulier les clients du camping et du musée rural de Binsfeld, les usagers des auto-pédestres et les cyclistes venant de près et de loin ? »

Answer

In his reply, the Minister writes that the quay of the old Maulusmühle stop will be demolished as part of the works on the PC21 to make way for the new cycle path. However, independently from this there are no plans to serve this stop again, as this would disrupt the schedule on line 10 too much.

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