Towards a better sustainable mobility network

Temporary Deviation

Work on the construction of a cycle track on the chaussée de Bruxelles make it accessible in only one direction from the centre of La Hulpe towards the RO Ring. Of course, the hotel remains accessible by car but currently not via public transport. 

This initiative is part of a larger 'Works on the Ring project to extend the cycling infrastructure and improve it to ensure a better cycling experience both recreationally and functionally.

More details

 

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    Omleidingen voor motorvoertuigen

    • COMING FROM RING RO SOUTH: Take a diversion via exit 26 and then take the N253 towards La Hulpe. Follow the diversion towards the Castle of La Hulpe and continue on the Chaussée de Bruxelles (N275)
    • COMING FROM RING RO NORTH: Take the E411, continue until exit 3 - Terhulpen Genval Overijse. There you take the Chaussée de La Hulpe (N253) to the centre of La Hulpe.  Follow the diversion to the Castle of La Hulpe and continue on the Brussels road (N275). 
    • COMNING FROM E411, continue until exit 3 - Terhulpen Genval Overijse. There you take the Chaussée de La Hulpe (N253) to the centre of La Hulpe.  Follow the diversion to the Castle of La Hulpe and continue on the Brussels road (N275).