Why was the CR359 partially closed to allow buses to park there?

Recently, a section of the CR359 between Erpeldange-Sûre and Ettelbruck has been closed on one side, in order to use this route as a bus parking lot. DP MP André Bauler asked what the reasons are for this and how long this should last.

„Viru kuerzem ass e Stéck vum CR359 tëscht der Laduno zu Ierpeldeng-Sauer an dem Rond-Point bei Ettelbréck hallef gespaart ginn. Dat féiert dozou, datt vill Automobilisten, déi vun Ettelbréck an d‘Angelduerfer Industriezon wëllen, duerch d‘Porte des Ardennes (N27) an d’Wunnstrooss „Rue Laduno“ fueren.

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

  • Firwat gouf decidéiert fir Bussen am CR359 stationéieren ze loossen? Wéi laang soll dat daueren? Huet dat mam Bau vum Tunnel op der Ettelbrécker Gare ze dinn?
  • Firwat gëtt net de fräien Terrain vun der CFL beim Garage Leweck genotzt fir d‘Bussen do waarden ze dinn?
  • Wéi vill Busse fueren all Dag vun dëser Plaz (CR359) aus fort a wéi gesäit hire Circuit aus?

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