We realised the cycle junction network on behalf of Visit.Brussels. The network was designed by a group of enthusiastic volunteers. Our staff inspected this network in its entirety for passability, attractiveness and safety, among other things.
After minor adjustments to the network, we started production of over 2,000 signs and our experienced assembly colleagues set to work installing the signs.
The cycle junction network still had a small blind spot in Brussels. This blind spot has been a thing of the past since this autumn. The cycle junction network in the Brussels-Capital Region is 220 kilometres long and has no fewer than 65 junctions. The ultimate way to discover this surprising city!
Using the cycle junction network in Brussels is made even more fun by the eight themed routess that have been devised. With these routes, you won’t miss a thing and will discover all the special features Brussels has to offer. They are the following routes:
Route #1: The best of Brussels
Route #2: Industrial Brussels: from south to north
Route #3: Brussels: unusual and secret
Route #4: Green Brussels
Route #5: Brussels: along the Meuse River
Route #6: Brussels Expo: from west to east
Route #7: Brussels peaks
Route #8: Rural Brussels