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Cycling in Brussels (click to zoom)

The arrangements for cyclists

This page has been automatically translated from French into English by a translation software. Automatic translations are not as accurate as translations made by professional human translators. Nevertheless these pages can help you understand information published by the City of Brussels.

Every time the City of Brussels realizes works on its public road network, it takes into account cyclists. The arrangements vary according to the type of public road network.

In the case of roads with fast traffic and sufficient width, cycle tracks are fitted out. Sieves for bicycles are installed in front of traffic lights, bus strips are opened to cyclists. It is generally about the regional public road network.

In the case of the residential public road network, local traffic zones 30 are fitted out to calm traffic. In these secure streets, the cyclists go alongside cars. One-way streets are opened to cyclists via SUL (limited one-way streets).

Enter the city

Boulevard Jacqmain and Max in one-way direction

Since 9 December 2014, the Boulevard Emile Jacqmain and the Boulevard Adolphe Max are only accessible in one-way direction.

Boulevard Jacqmain and Max in one-way direction