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Club news: Dynamic traffic lanes may remove congestion in Brussels


Publication date: 24 April 2014


Touring Club Belgium (TCB) highlights the need for more flexible and dynamic traffic lanes. In Brussels, traffic jams are common and the government's response is often to add lanes of traffic, but to keep dedicated lanes for busses. TCB believes that that some traffic lanes designed for public transportation can also become available for other vehicles as well.


A major frustration of road users is having to spend so much time stuck in traffic, while bus lanes remain empty and unused. This is why TCB is demanding that the government assess which locations can potentially permit taxis and other motorists in the bus lane, to avoid  so much congestion.



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