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Implementation of the "speed regulation" test phase

Published on 29/05/2019

Mobility

On the A6 and A1 during morning rush hours from the Belgian border to Kirchberg (03.06-12.07.2019)


Communicated by: Administration des ponts et chaussées
In order to optimise traffic flow on critical sections of the motorway network during the morning rush hour, the maximum authorised speed on the A6 and A1 motorways is limited to 90 km/h from the Belgian-Luxembourg border (Sterpenich) to the Kirchberg interchange, as from Monday 3 June 2019.

The speed regulation scenario is triggered from Monday to Friday from around 6.15 a.m. to 9.15 a.m., outside school holidays and public holidays and with the exception of sections which, where applicable, are affected by incidents or accidents and require additional traffic management measures. The test phase will last until Friday, July 12, 2019.

The morning speed limit, which will be applied over a total distance of 28 kilometres, is indicated by CITA's dynamic signs.

These speed control measures are monitored by the police.


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