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ROAD TRANSPORT – CROSS BORDER LORRIES CHECKED BY POLICE

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The controls of the Grand Ducal Police on road transport are increasing. It is now on the N31 and RN11 that the Road Police control trucks in border areas with France, Belgium and Germany.

National Roar 31 (Nationalstrooss 31) connects Luxembourg to Longwy via Pétange, Dudelange, Esch-sur-Alzette and Differdange.

National Road 11 (N11) connects Luxembourg to Echternach and the German border to Irrel and Bitburg.

49 offenses sanctioned in two days of road checks

 

Thursday 01 February 2018 in coordination with the Administration of the Environment, the Road Police controlled the trucks on the N31 in Pétange on their cargo of transboundary waste which led Police Luxembourg to note 37 offenses that were sanctioned.

On Wednesday 31 January 2018 the Grevenmacher Road Police carried out intensive checks on the RN11 between “Michelshof” and Echternach. A total of 12 drivers were notified due to prescribed transit documents.

Already last week the Police carried out large-scale checks on the road and motorway network. The A6 (Luxembourg – Arlon) and National Road N7 (Belgian frontier north of Luxembourg) highways were targeted.

Police Luxembourg reports that these controls will continue and expand.

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