Why is the road between Bäerdref an Vugelsmillen still closed?

The floodings of July 2021 gravely damaged the road between Bäerdref and Vugelsmillen. Member of parliament Carole Hartmann requests further information from the Minister for Mobility and Public Works regarding the rehabilitation of the road.

« Depuis les inondations du 15 juillet 2021, la route nationale CR364 reliant Berdorf et le lieu-dit « bei der Vugelsmillen » est à nouveau barrée en raison d’un glissement de terrain. La fermeture de cette route occasionne des détours particulièrement gênants pour les riverains de la commune de Berdorf et des communes limitrophes, tout comme pour les touristes visitant le Mullerthal.

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 fournir des précisions quant aux travaux et à la date prévue de réouverture de la route CR364 ?
  • Comment Monsieur le Ministre peut-il justifier les délais de réouverture de cette route ?
  • Monsieur le Ministre peut-il indiquer si les travaux de rénovation de la route CR364 seront couverts par les aides financières étatiques débloquées pour faire face aux inondations du mois de juillet 2021 ? Dans l’affirmative, quel en serait le montant ? Dans la négative, par le biais de quels fonds ces travaux seront-ils financés ?
  • Quel a été l’effet des travaux de 2018 sur ce tronçon sur l’ampleur des dégâts récents ?
  • Des mesures de prévention sont-elles prévues pour éviter de nouveaux dommages et une fermeture supplémentaire de la route ? »

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