Permit for car-free Lambermontlaan | BRUZZ

Permit for car-free Lambermontlaan | BRUZZ
Permit for car-free Lambermontlaan | BRUZZ
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New stop

To improve the flow of public transport, a new stop is being constructed at number 314 on Lambermontlaan. This replaces the stops Louis Bertrand and Latinis. The stop will accommodate longer, wider buses and be accessible to people with reduced mobility.

Turning right from the avenues is restricted, except towards Blauweregenlaan, Haachtsesteenweg and Demolderlaan. This should discourage through traffic and make residential areas less car-free.

Finally, the public space is beautified. The lawn between Guillaume Kennisstraat and Britsierslaan will be transformed into a rain garden and meeting place. The greenery of the boulevards will be expanded, with almost 4,000 square meters of planting and 137 extra trees. Public lighting and street furniture will also be refreshed.

Now that the permit for the reconstruction has been obtained, Beliris will be responsible for carrying out the work. These would start in 2025. The total cost is estimated at approximately 13 million euros, largely financed by Beliris and Brussels Mobility. During the works, the public space will remain accessible to people with reduced mobility.

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