The City wishes to provide adequate facilities to meet the regional requirements for (re)developing roads and making them accessible to PRMs (Persons with Reduced Mobility). When the PAVE (Plan d'Accessibilité de la Voirie et de l'Espace public [Accessibility Plan for Roads and the Public Space]) of the Brussels-Capital Region is complete, the City will need to prioritise and budget the actions to be carried out on the territory, and envisage strands of work. For each intervention on a road, the department in question will consult the PAVE computer database.
The main project organiser:
OU Studies-Permits (Road Works dept.)
OBJECTIVES TO BE ACHIEVED:
At least 10 anomalies (in relation to the accessibility of pedestrian paths) identified in the PAVE resolved every year.
Expected reduction in CO2: not applicable
- Socio-economic: more consideration for PRM.
- Environmental: reduction in the health effects of air pollution / positive health effects of walking
FOLLOW-UP AND EVALUATION INDICATORS:
- Number of anomalies resolved per year
- Number of anomalies across the territory (in relation to the accessibility of pedestrian paths) identified in the PAVE.