The MMUST project: better organization of cross-border mobility

The "multimodal model and cross-border mobility scenarios" project analyzes traffic flows to improve the organization of mobility in the Greater Region. The deputy of the DP Max Hahn inquired with the competent minister on the state of progress of the project and on the possible first results.

« De Projet MMUST (modèle multimodal et scénarios de mobilité transfrontaliers), un deem de Mobilitéitsministère zënter 2018 zesumme mat 22 Partneren aus véier Länner schafft, ass en europawäit eenzegaartege Projet fir d’Verkéiersflëss an der Grenzregioun ze modelléieren an an Zukunft de grenziwwerschreidende Trafic besser kënnen z’organiséieren.

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

– Kann den Här Minister Detailer zu dësem Projet ginn ?

– Wéi wäit sinn d’Aarbechten un deem Projet fortgeschratt ?

– Kann den Här Minister schonn en Tëschebilan vum Projet maachen ?

– Wéi eng konkret Plus-value fir d’Verkéiersplanung zu Lëtzebuerg an an der Grenzregioun gëtt sech vum Projet vu Säit vum Ministère erwaart ? »

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