The list of roads closed this Tuesday in your province

Photo News / Didier Lebrun

Many roads remain closed on Tuesday following flooding last week. The point, for each province.

1. Province of Namur

– N918 between the crossroads with the N94 and Villers-sur-Lesse. Road closed in Villers-sur-Lesse.

– Houyet level crossing closed N929.

– N942 closed between Thon-Samson and Mozet.

– N918 Villers sur lesse, the bridge collapsed, roadway closed

2. Province of Liège

– A602 Chênée (E25 / A26) near Liège – Kinkempois tunnel in both directions. Flooded roadway – Road closed between exit 38 (Grosses Battes) and Avroy-Laveu in both directions.

– A27 (E42) Battice> Verviers> Saint-Vith> Prum (D near Ensival towards Prüm. Flooded roadway – Exit 5 ENSIVAL closed

– Mud flow on the N30 (Bastogne-Houffalize) near Harzé in both directions. Road closed between Aywaille and Harzé.

– N633 Liège – Trois Ponts near Aywaille towards Polleur. Closed road between Aywaille and Targnon.

– N61 closed in both directions from Chênée to Bilstain following various landslides, collapsed retaining walls, rutted pavement and threat of house collapses

– N61 Pont de Prayon closed in both directions at Trooz.

– N621 near Fléron in the direction of in both directions. Road closed.

– N673 near Trooz in the direction of in both directions. Road closed.

– N672 in Jalhay, closed in both directions of traffic at “des Etangs”

– N690 at Pépinster, roadway flooded and closed (route de Trancrémont). The railway tracks are also under water

– N633 Esneux and Comblain au Pont – Mud flow + flooded roadway – Road closed in both directions of traffic.

– Verviers, flooded road, closure of Avenue Elisabeth between Chaussée de Heusy and Rue Reine Astrid

– N64 in Hannut closed due to the collapse of the shoulders

– N674 closed from Tilff to Sprimont

– N30 closed at Harzé

– N666 closed between Sprimont and Aywaille

– N629 closed at Spa – Road collapsed

3. Province of Walloon Brabant

– N275 closed at Court-Saint-Etienne

4. Province of Luxembourg

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5. Province of Hainaut

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