Re-opening of car park Fort Neipperg (L)

In presence of the College of Alderman of the City of Luxembourg, the parking garage Fort Neipperg in the station quarter has reopened its doors to road users. During the last 20 months, the biggest car park of the capital has been completely renovated according to latest standards. The building is from now on more stable, safer, friendlier and more comfortable, explains mayor Lydie Polfer.

 

The existing facade made from aggregate concrete has been replaced by a modern exterior facade composed with bronze-coloured aluminium fins. This leads to a visual upgrade of the urban landscape and lets plenty of natural light in, creating a bright atmosphere and raising the feeling of security. The roof structure is equipped with solar and photovoltaic cells, which are used for the building.

 

Safety features, ventilation technology and lighting have been entirely renewed and a clear parking guidance system has been set up. The car park Fort Neipperg is the first realisation following the new “Charte Graphique”, a guideline for graphics and path optimisation of parking garages in the City of Luxembourg. A combination of colours and pictograms facilitate the orientation throughout the different levels of the building. For the parking garage Fort Neipperg, these pictograms show famous constructions, personalities and motives with reference to the immediate surroundings.

 

There are now 677 widened parking spaces for cars on a totality of 19 levels, from which 13 are aboveground and 6 are underground. 20 spots with charging stations for electric cars, 15 women’s parking spots and 17 parking spaces for people with reduced mobility are provided. Furthermore, the ground floor offers 40 spots for bicycles.  

 

 

Photos: ©Ville de Luxembourg

 

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