What about the new road connecting the Grand-Duc Jean barracks and the Fridhaff?

The construction should in principle have started at the end of 2020, which is why the deputy of the DP André Bauler inquired with the competent minister on the progress of the matter.

« Dans sa réponse à ma question parlementaire n°3791 du 5 mai 2018, Monsieur le Ministre avait affirmé : « En ce qui concerne la liaison du site du Häerebierg (Caserne Grand-Duc Jean) au giratoire au lieu Fridhaff, le projet afférent devrait pouvoir être présenté en 2019 avec, dans ce cas, une exécution des travaux prévisiblement en 2019/2020. »

Voilà pourquoi j’aimerais poser les questions suivantes à Monsieur le Ministre de la Mobilité et des Travaux publics :

– Monsieur le Ministre peut-il fournir des informations sur l’avancement de ce projet routier ?

– Qu’en est-il de l’impact environnemental de cette nouvelle route ? Une analyse y relative est-elle en cours ?

– Quand les travaux de construction relatives à ce projet pourraient-ils débuter ? Quelle est la durée estimée du chantier ? »

Answer

The dossier for the tender will be ready soon, the environmental authorization will be requested thereafter. What has been missing so far is the land, and if no solution is found, the expropriation procedure will start. From the moment all this is cleared up, one could count on six months until the beginning of the works and with another 18 months until the works are completed.

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