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You may experience some delays while driving in the Benelux region this season. Road construction projects are occurring throughout the countries and may result in temporary lane closures and road congestion.

Please be cautious and patient while driving at all times. If you have questions or would like to report other highway construction sites and road closures, please email the U.S. Army Garrison Benelux Public Affairs Office:

Send us an email (usarmy.benelux.id-europe.list.pao@mail.mil)

CURRENT REPORT (Nov. 18, 2020)

 

OUTSIDE THE GATE

Obourg-Jemappes (E42-E19/A7): Road constuction is ongoing on E42-E19/A7, between Obourg and Jemappes in both directions. The speed of traffic is reduced to
70 km/h, and two lanes of traffic will be maintained.  Work is expected to last until the end of the year

Craimhem/Zaventem/Sint-Stevens-Woluwe: Road construction in Crainhem, Zaventem and Sint-Stevens-Woluwe is still ongoing. This project is expected to last until the fall 2020.
- Traffic on the R22 (Woluwedal) is limited to one lane in each direction.
- Drivers are not able to enter the cross streets at the intersections. Roundabouts were installed.
- Tramlaan is inaccessible between Kleinbergstraat and Boulevard de la Woluwe.

Brunssum:  Since March 2, road works are taking place in the immediate vicinity of AFNORTH International School on Rembrandtstraat (in front of school).  Phase 1 is now complete and phase 2 started on March 17. During this phase, the construction takes place on the stretch between the Church/Akerstraat and a point just in front of the intersection Ferd. Bolstraat and Rembrandtstraat. The intersection will be open for buses and school traffic coming from the direction ICC/Rimburgerweg up the Rembrandtstraat. The school buses will be able to use the normal gates when entering and departing. Traffic in the direction of the Church/Akerstraat will not be possible.
Please adhere to instructions given by traffic wardens. The final two phases (3 and 4) will be under construction during AIS’ Summer vacation. The project should be completed by the beginning of the new school year. http://web-portal.jfcbs.nato.int