The Brussels Region parking plan (which mainly deals with car parking policy, but also concerns other road users like cyclists) lacks ambition, with its proposal to charge a mere 5 euros per year for a ‘carte de riverain’. Moreover, as far as bike parking is concerned, it is not coherent with the Region’s stated objective of 20% bike use in 2020: we would need much more on-street bike parking than foreseen in the plan.
Brussels parking plan will do nothing for cyclists
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Dear member, At the time of writing (morning of 8 June), VeloMai 2018 is well over halfway through and we are heading towards the final…
Our member Piotr R. provided an extensive list of resources on health benefits of cycling and air quality. You can find it on our page…