Saturday, 25 May 2019
The Flemish government is to spend an additional nine million euros on works on the eastern section of the Brussels Ring, as well as studies for future works on the western section, mobility and public works minister Ben Weyts said. The government has already approved an ambitious plan to improve traffic flow on the northern section, at a cost of three billion euros. There, traffic would be split into through traffic and local traffic, and investment made in 60km of cycle paths, costing 120 million euros, and 60km of tram infrastructure at a cost of 600 million euros. Works have already started.