WASTE The building was to be part of a project to connect a highway to a national road
A court decision had put an end to the project. Drawing. — 652234/Pixabay
“Wasted Money: The Bridge That Doesn’ nothing”. It’s the title of a broadcast report. in the 13-hour newscast of TF1, Friday, November 18, 2022. The journalists of the first channel went to Warcq (Ardennes) for a subject concerning a bridge built in August 2017 in the town and which leads absolutely nowhere; reports L’L’Ardennais.
Les vestiges de Warcq et le pont du raccordement. Bravo le CD08 👍👏👏
Bien exploité. Pourquoi ce barreau « Si Vital » n’est plus d’actualité et pourquoi ces trouvailles ne sont elles pas mises en valeurs ?
Au fait, Cevital, on est où ? Ça devait être en place fin du mois ? 🤔 pic.twitter.com/qg0Wl4zg2j
— Frédéric Iberraken (@FredIberraken) July 20, 2019
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“A beautiful but useless book”
“Since its creation, it has not been attached to the slightest road. A beautiful work, but useless”, one could hear in particular in the television report. However, the departmental council had invested 2.7 million euros for its construction at the time.
The building, far from being the pride of of the inhabitants, had been built at; originally to be part of a road connecting Highway 304 to the RN43. Except that after several years, the whole project had collapsed; under court order after having been attacked by opponents. The bridge having been built even before the road which was to see the light of day in 2018, this one has therefore become totally uninteresting.