Public works & mobility
In a city that moves, works must be done. The public works can cause traffic problems. The City of Brussels also wants to focus on mobility.
The new parking plan will be in force from 15 June 2013. The plan regulates parking on the territory of the City of Brussels and wants to safeguard the interests of both residents, motorists, traders and other professional groups.
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 Friday 21 June 2013, from 7 pm, Brussels will welcome a new Roller Bike Parade at the Place Poelaert (Law court). Traffic can slow down near the event.
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.
On Thursday 27 and Friday 28 June 2013, a European Summit of the Heads of state and Government of the European Union will be held in Brussels in the buildings of the Council of the European Union, at the Rue de la Loi. A safety zone will be set up. Only authorized persons can enter this zone on foot.
From 16 to 22 September 2013. The Car Free Sunday will take place on 22 September.
The Mobility Week takes place in Brussels and all over Europe, in the same period. One week to teach everyone alternative ways of traffic: train, cycle, streetcar, buses, skates...
No parking control in Laeken before 1 July
Before 1 July 2013 there will be no parking control in the newly regulated areas of the Laeken sector. So no fines will be given in the streets of Laeken that become a blue zone or a paying zone in the new Parking plan of the City of Brussels.