ROAD SAFETY LUXEMBOURG – ON THE ROAD BE VISIBLE

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keywords: road safety, pedestrians, children, visibililty, gitt siichtbar, luxembourg. With the winter approaching, the days are getting shorter and the road users are finding themselves in darkness for longer, especially for the most vulnerable children, pedestrians and joggers. Government and Road Safety Luxembourg launch “Gitt Siichtbar” campaign to raise awareness among road users of the benefits of being visible by: encouraging vulnerable road users to make themselves visible, for example by wearing light clothing and even better by using reflective accessories; calling on drivers to redouble their attention and adapt…

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LUXEMBOURG A1 MOTORWAY CLOSED DIRECTION TRIER

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Following an accident in Kirchberg, the A1 motorway between Luxembourg and Trêves/Trier was closed for a short period of time after 10:40 am this morning. In the accident a German driver died, no other vehicle seems involved according to a Grand-Ducal Police report. Share this page with:

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LUXEMBOURG – POLICE CALL TO WITNESSES AFTER ACCIDENT

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keywords: call to witnesses, road accident, police, wasserbillig, luxembourg. An accident followed by an altercation took place on Wednesday 17 May 2017 around 6pm in Wasserbilig at the intersection of the N10 and CR141B (extension of the “Echternach road” / access ramp to the service area of the motorway) . The accident took place during an overtaking. One of the vehicles is a black SUV from Nissan. As a result of the accident an altercation took place between the two drivers. If you have information about the overtaking, the accident…

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ROAD SAFETY – MINIMAL DISTANCE WHEN OVERTAKE BIKES

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keywords: road safety, highway code, minimum distance, luxembourg. Road safety is a priority in Luxembourg with an ambitious goal to halve the number of road fatalities by 2020. Many initiatives are in the direction of greater safety on our roads: speed reduction in built-up areas and speed ​​checks. And among the killed and injured on the roads of Luxembourg, 23% are cyclists. Their security is therefore a particularly sensitive issue that concerns the national representation. In a parliamentary question on May 11, 2017, MP Josée Lorsché (dei gréng) asked the Minister…

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