Brussels goes to 30 per hour on January 1: “I thank motorists for respecting the limitation, it is to save lives”

This Friday, January 1, motorists will have to drive at 30 on 85% of the roads in the Brussels Region. Brussels Minister for Mobility Elke Van den Brandt recalls that the main objective of this measure is to save lives

Like the entrance to Ganshoren avenue Charles Quint, the 30 signs with the indication “from January 1, 2021” are installed at the gates of Brussels. The speed limit of 30 km per hour generalized throughout the Brussels Region remains the important novelty of 2021. It will be effective this Friday, January 1. A few hours before its entry into force, the Brussels Minister for Mobility, Public Works and Road Safety, Elke Van den Brandt (Groen) answered our questions.

– Remind us, why is it important for the entire Brussels Region to increase to 30?

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