Between 20,000 and 25,000 people expected in Brussels for the “Claim the Climate” MarchWednesday, 28 November 2018 14:29
At the same time, a proportion of the demonstrators on their bicycles (1,500 have been announced to date) will leave from the same place and take the other side of the Inner Ring Road, along the canal, the Porte de Hal, Place Louise and the Porte de Namur. The police state that the two groups will meet up again at the Arts/Loi crossroads, ending the route together.
The Cinquantenaire/Loi tunnels in the direction of the city centre, and the E40 Reyers tunnel heading for the Rue de la Loi will be closed at 1 p.m. Depending upon how the demonstration pans out, the Inner Ring Road tunnels may be closed to traffic.
Traffic congestion is anticipated during the demonstration.
The Brussels Times
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