The first symbolic meter of the longest bicycle and pedestrian bridge in Flanders, Belgium has been laid. As part of the MoVeR0 consultancy consortium, and commissioned by De Werkvennootschap, architectural studio ZJA produced the architectonic design for the cycle bridge over the A201 Leopold III-Laan in Brussels. With a total length of 710 meters – including a 510 meter-long deck, and 200 meters of sloping approaches – the bridge is a striking feature in the urban landscape. Construction started in December, and the bridge will be open in 2024.
Comfortable bicycle and pedestrian bridge
Pedestrians, as well as cyclists, will be able to use the bridge. It has
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