Studying and building the Cessange bypass
Description Construction of a 2,800 m long 4-lane national road with two of these reserved for public transport, designed to direct the traffic from the Cessange and Ban de Gasperich districts towards the western peripheral road of the City of Luxembourg. Creation of a north junction with the A4 motorway (Hollerich Exit), of junctions serving the Cessange district along with the southern junction to the N4, towards Leudelange the Ban de Gasperich. Laying out of a new dedicated cycle-path alongside the road project. Creation of a tunnel beneath an operational railway line, of a bridge over the A6/E25 motorway (Luxembourg bypass), of two hydraulic systems and two collection points.
Client Bridges and Roads Administration
Cost 36.000.000 €
Start of service provision March 2012
End of service provision 2014 (provisional reception). Definitive reception during 2016
Mission Traffic survey / gathering of basic data / summary pre-project / summary cost estimate / detailed cost estimate / multi-network study and constraints / permit requests / materials calculations / dossier submission / execution plans / phased health & safety coordination / phasing plans / diversion plans