Collective responsibility for lack of investment over several decadesSaturday, 23 January 2016 20:37
“I want to know whether the State, Wallonia and Flanders will support Brussels by putting their hands in their pockets and give back a little of what Brussels brings them”, he said.
He thinks officials should be looking at preventative measures for the future. He also questioned whether the State would invest in putting a RER rail in place, and when Flanders would agree to build an overflow carpark off the ring-road.
Marc Loewenstein believes that “if the State, Wallonia and Flanders don’t do something, Brussels residents will have to do something about it themselves. We should consider an urban toll road. If there is one, it should be neutral for Brussels residents. They shouldn’t be the only ones maintaining theses infrastructures, which also help their neighbours”.
The MP also thinks it is important to discuss how to manage the current traffic situation. This means deciding whether Brussels will adapt the pavement in the town centre to make traffic going though it more fluid.
Jason Bennett (Source: Belga)
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