In consultation with Brussels Mobility, the STIB and the police, all measures are being taken to inform the public in advance and in real time:
– The screens installed at the entrances to the various tunnels in Brussels are already indicating the event.
– Real-time information will be available via the Twitter account @zpz_polbru.
– The organising team can be reached by telephone on 02/318.64.70.
– Information on the many car parks (including deterrent car parks) can be found at
www.mobilite-mobiliteit.brussels, www.bruxelles.be/parkings, www.parkandride.brussels
Which roads will be closed?
– Boulevard du Centenaire between Place Saint-Lambert and Square de l’Atomium (upwards), from Saturday 18 June at 10 am to Sunday 19 June at 8 pm.
– Place des Palais: from Saturday 18 at 2 pm to Sunday 19 July at 2 pm (in both directions).
– Rue Ducale: Sunday 19 June from 5 am.
– Rue and tunnel Belliard (*), avenue de Tervuren (*), bld du Souverain, bld Général Jacques, bld A. Reyers, Lambermont boulevard, Van Praet avenue, Royal Park avenue, exits from the A12 motorway towards Brussels: Sunday 19 June from 7 am to 1 pm.
NB: the streets along the course will be progressively reopened to traffic after the last participants and the broom wagon have passed. Some routes will therefore be accessible before 1 pm.
(*) Please note that the Tervuren tunnel will only be closed towards Tervuren and the Montgomery tunnel only towards Reyers. The Montgomery roundabout will remain open.
The course can be crossed at various points. The tunnels of the inner ring road will remain accessible. Parking will be prohibited along all roads used by the course. Any vehicle which illegally parks will be towed away. Numerous diversions will be put in place in order to redirect users as best as possible.
The use of cars in Brussels is strongly discouraged this Sunday between 7 am and 1 pm. Active mobility is strongly encouraged:
– the use of bicycles is all the more relevant on that day! Information and conditions of parking available at www.cycloparking.brussels
– Various means of shared transport are also available. All info on https://mobilite-mobiliteit.brussels/fr/se-deplacer/mobilite-partagee-apps-de-mobilite
– All the information on the many public transport services is on www.stib-mivb.be or on the app.
– With more than 30 stations in Brussels, the train is also a very efficient way to get around the capital. In addition, with the Duo Ticket two people travel together for the price of a Standard Ticket! Info at www.sncb.be
– The De Lijn and TEC networks: www.delijn.be / www.infotec.be