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Slow streets: can coronavirus cure Brussels of its addiction to driving?

11.05.2020
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Pedestrians and cyclists are being prioritised during the pandemic - a move some want to be permanentCoronavirus - latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageTraffic jams, pretty squares used as car parks, bike lanes that vanish into congested roundabouts: Brussels's love affair with the car has been waning for several years. Now city authorities are using coronavirus to kickstart plans to reduce the dominance of the car, by creating cycle lanes and "slow streets" that give pedestrians priority.After traffic plunged as a result of home working, Brussels is creating 25 miles (40km) of bike lanes, including on some of the busiest arteries that connect the European district to the heart of the city. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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