Public works & mobility
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Public works can cause traffic problems. The City of Brussels also wants to focus on mobility.
The existing pedestrian zone around the Grand-Place and at the city centre has been extended again since 29 June 2015. All questions about this pedestrian zone are welcome at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The House of Participation of the City answers the frequently asked questions related to public works by the City. Videos and texts explain how: reconstructing sidewalks, filling pits in the roads, the operation of the Road Works service, everything about the works on construction sites,...
Information on public works in the City of Brussels. The notice to the residents can be downloaded here.
On the territory of the City of Brussels, parking spaces are reserved for disabled persons. An interactive map now shows all these parking spaces. It will thus be easier to find these spaces that are painted in blue.