Walferdange will get an underpass for the railroad crossing
A road project consisting mainly of the development of an underpass (for motorised traffic, cyclists and pedestrians) is planned for the railway crossing on the CR125.
The railroad crossing will remain accessible for pedestrians and cyclists until a new pedestrian underground with lifts at the Walferdange train station is built.
Work will begin on Thursday 15 February and will last two and a half years. It will be carried out in 7 phases, but the authorities say that traffic will only be disrupted between mid-February and July 2018.
During phase 1 (until mid-March 2018), part of rue de la Gare (from the Roses roundabout to the rue de Dommeldange intersection) will be closed to traffic. The rue de l’Eglise will end in a cul-de-sac. Traffic will be diverted via rue Charles Rausch and the back of rue de la Gare.
During Phase 2 (from mid-March to July 2018), part of rue de la Gare (from the church to the level crossing) will be closed to traffic. Traffic will be diverted via rue Charles Rausch and the back of rue de la Gare. The area between the church and the roundabout des Roses, as well as the entire rue de l’Eglise will be accessible again to traffic. The rue de Dommeldange will end in a cul-de-sac. For the duration of the work, rue des Champs and rue du Chemin de Fer will end in a cul-de-sac. The work that will follow after July 2018 will only involve one-off measures with no major traffic disruptions.