Campaigns and documents
The EUCG, Fietserbond and GRACQ have published their five top priorities for cyclists in Brussels Top5cyclingpriorities. It communicated in English, Dutch and French.
April 2009: The EUCG, GRACQ and the delegate of the Union Syndicale trade union at the EESC write to the ‘Collège échevinal’ of Ixelles/Elsene to request better road infrastructure in ‘rue du Viaduct/Viaductstraat’. (French version only and reply)
April 2009: The EUCG submits its comments to the public enquiry of the city of Brussels on the “Villo” bike rental system. (French version only)
June 2008: The EUCG writes to the European School at Berkendael about its bicycle infrastructure and policies. (French Version only)
February 2008: The EUCG writes a common position with GRACQ and Fietsersbond Brussel on bicycle parking in the Luxembourg railway station in Brussels (French version only).
February 2008: The EUCG replies to the consultation on the Green Paper on Urban Mobility. (English version only)
October 2007: The EUCG writes to the Mayor of the City of Brussels with regard to the various options proposed for the redesign around Ambiorix Park. The EUCG supports the scenario of a contraflow bus lane. This scenario should allow cyclists to ride in either directions, with the cars or the buses. (Dutch version only)
October 2007: The EUCG writes to the Mayor of Etterbeek in support of the plans to renovate the Chaussee d’Etterbeek and install regional cycle route ICR/GFR11. (Dutch version only)
March 2007: The EUCG signs a common position with GRACQ and Fietsersbond on the Schéma Directeur Quartier Européen/Richtschema Europese Wijk. (English version only) For more information go to www.quartiereuropeen-europesewijk.be
January 2007: The EUCG writes to the SNCB to request an immediate improvement to the bicycle parking surrounding. (Dutch version only)
December 2006: The EUCG writes to Pascal Smet, the Brussels Region Minister for Mobility and Public Works, to request a modification of the junction between Rue de la loi, Boulevard de Charlemagne and Rue du Taciturne. (Dutch version only)
February 2006: The EUCG writes to the Brussels Echevin de la mobilité to request more bicycle parking. (French version only)
October 2004: The EUCG writes to the new Brussels Transport Minister Pascal Smet regarding the Loi/Wet letter and the complete lack of reaction of the regional authorities.
November 2003: The EUCG writes to Pat Cox, President of the European Parliament, calling for improved cycle parking at the Parliament buildings in Brussels. English version
September 2003: The EUCG co-signs a letter to Brussels Transport Minister Jos Chabert regarding the recent modifications in rue de la Loi/Wetstraat, expressing its satisfaction as well as concerns on certain points. (French version only)
2003: The EUCG is invited to describe the situation about cycling in Brussels from the users’ perspective at a Round Table forum in Brussels. Here is our presentation: French version only.
1997: The EUCG produces a position paper on cycle-friendly buildings. French version only
1997: The EUCG AGM adopts a position on Rue de la Loi/Wetstraat. This is still our view, though of course we welcome the recent improvements. French version only
Last updated 23 September 2010