Part of Rue de La Loi to be reduced to two lanes until the end of August
Part of the Rue de La Loi will be reduced from four to two lanes from this Monday until the end of August in order to complete the renovation of the bridge located above the chaussée d’Etterbeek, announced Brussels Mobility in a press release on Friday.
“In the summer of 2017, Brussels Mobility began work on renovating the bridge. In 2018, the renovations could not be carried out in the summer due to the festivities commemorating the end of the First World War. This year, the renovation of the bridge will finally be completed,” explains Brussels Mobility. “The objective is to rebuild the infrastructure, waterproofing, balustrades and road surface.”
These works are being completed while major renovation is also being conducted on the Leopold II and Rogier tunnels.