more than 40,000 supporters took the train to attend the Cycling World Championships

About 42,000 people took the train to Leuven on Sunday to attend at the Cycling World Championships (Flanders 2021), announced the SNCB. The railway company put into service 29 additional trains to and from the Brabant city on Sunday, while the capacity of regular trains was also increased.

The crowd is particularly large in Leuven, according to local police. The coasts of Wijnpers and Keizersberg are closed for additional supporters. Ladeuze Square is also very busy: the police are present there with additional agents.

No serious incidents have been reported so far. Police don’t expect many more people to arrive in Leuven.

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