The City of Brussels is developing a green network that links green spaces, paths, footpaths, cycle and pedestrian routes and the existing regional green/blue network. This initiative requires a mapping of the paths and footpaths as well as identifying connection opportunities to the existing networks. The first zone will be completed in Haren before being extended to other parts of the territory. The public will be kept informed by awareness-raising actions and publications.
The main project organiser:
OU Planning and Development
OBJECTIVES TO BE ACHIEVED:
- Maintain and develop a municipal green network which is complementary to the regional green and blue network, with a view to promoting active mobility.
Expected reduction of CO2: Difficult to quantify
- Socio-economic: user-friendliness, accessibility, feeling of safety.
- Environmental: Less particulate matter, better air quality.
FOLLOW-UP AND EVALUATION INDICATORS:
- Maintained/built kilometre markers on paths.
- Proportion of completed routes to planned routes.
- Continuous kilometre markers of routes.
Budget: evaluated on a case-by-case basis