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Club news: Touring calls for better road markings in Belgium


Publication date: 05 May 2015


Touring says half of regional roads in Belgium need better road markings and stresses the value of clear marking for road safety. A study carried out by Touring found that road markings have worn off and are not visible to road users on 49% of regional roads. Poor visibility of road markings is a clear danger for cyclists and pedestrians. This is especially true in rainy weather or when it is dark when, often, road markings are practically invisible, which is a threat to vulnerable road users.

According to Touring, this is due to underinvestment in road infrastructure. The Club urges the re-evaluation of regional roads and an implementation of the necessary adjustments.



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