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Club news: TCB urges the government to fix missing connections in the Belgian road network


Publication date: 08 April 2015


Touring Club Belgium (TCB) has criticised the slow rate at which the government is completing the missing links in Belgium's road network. In the last seven years, only 21 missing links on the road network were completed. Based on the study conducted by the Road Federation Belgium, the roads will only be ready by 2070, at a rate of 3 completed roads per year. TCB urges the government to speed up the construction of new highways and the redevelopment of traffic bottlenecks to improve mobility, road safety and reduce air pollution.

According to TCB, it is not only about extending or building new roads, it is to improve the existing roads and traffic flow, to reduce the flow in a straight line in urban areas and to reduce congestion.



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