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Belgium - UPDATE 26/01/2021 Brexit: Port of Zeebrugge

26 January 2021

UPDATE 26/01/21: REMOVAL OF THE TEMPORARY TRAFFIC BANS FOR ET IN AND AROUND THE PORT OF ZEEBRUGGE


For the time being, only additional measures for the passage of the N31 between the complex with the A11 (entrance and exit 20) and the connection with the N34 (in both directions):
     - Do a very recent preliminary reconnaissance of the route (at most a few hours before the planned departure / arrival).
     - In case of nuisance do not leave, as well as inform dispatching police (050 / 44.88.44) to report the nuisance.
     - Immediately notify dispatching police if you get stuck

 

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Belgium - UPDATE Brexit: Port of Zeebrugge

21 December 2020

The imminent Brexit probably will cause heavy traffic jams on all roads around the port of Zeebrugge.
Consequently for exceptional transport (temporary) restrictions will be applied, in order not to put an extra charge on/congest the infrastructure and to avoid traffice-dangerous conflicts.
The situation will be monitored continuously, evaluated and adjusted where necessary.


All exceptional transport will be prohibited from 28/12/2020 until 31/12/20 (included) on the N31 between the complex with A11 (on and exit) and the connection with the N34 (in both directions).

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Belgium - Brexit: Port of Zeebrugge

07 December 2020

The imminent Brexit probably will cause heavy traffic jams on all roads around the port of Zeebrugge.
Consequently for exceptional transport (temporary) restrictions will be applied, in order not to put an extra charge on/congest the infrastructure and to avoid traffice-dangerous conflicts.


The situation will be monitored continuously, evaluated and adjusted where necessary.

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Belgium - UPDATE Mandatory registration in the Antwerp Port Area

09 November 2020

For all exceptional transport, width more than 3,50 m, for which there is a modification or removal of signage and/or road infrastructure, to take place in the port area of Antwerp (with exception of the motorways (A12/R2/E34) and the regional roads (N180/N129/N101/N101a/ central road of Sint-Antoniusweg) must be notified to the port area of Antwerp through email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with all information regarding the road and signage and/or road infrastucture to be removed.

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Digital road map of the Netherlands - DWO

09 May 2020

An update was performed on 09/05/2020 on the digital road map from the Netherlands (DWO). As a result, the road map has been updated so that changed road situations are correctly displayed.

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Easter 2020 - Resume Driving bans

07 April 2020

We would like to inform you about the driving bans that apply during the coming public holidays.

Belgium:

  • Driving ban from Saturday 11/04/2020 at 12h00 to Tuesday 14/04/2020 at 00h01

Luxembourg:

  • Driving ban from Saturday 11/04/2020 at 23h30 to Tuesday 14/04/2020 om 06h00

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Belgium - Parking border crossing E40/A3 Eynatten / Lichtenbusch

03 April 2020

In recent years there has been a sharp increase in the number of exceptional vehicles from Germany crossing the border in Eynatten (mainly wind turbine blades).

Due to the lack of parking, the police had drawn up a tolerance regarding parking on the service road just after exit 39 of the A3 / E40 towards Loncin. This was illegal parking but tolerated by the police on condition that the passage was kept clear for police. Unfortunately, that service road is now regularly overcrowded and there are even transports that are still partly on the exit and therefore cause a lot of risks to road safety.

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Extension expiry date French permits

25 March 2020

In the period from 12 March 2020 to 1 month after the end of the state of emergency, Regulation 2020-306 of 25/03/2020 provides in particular for the extension of the period of validity of exceptional transport permits to 2 months after this period

The permits that have expired since 12/3 and expire until 1 month after the end of the state of emergency are therefore considered to be valid for 2 months longer than the expiration date stated on the permit itself.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Measures

13 March 2020

We no longer need to inform you about the spread and consequences of the Coronavirus in Europe. However, we would like to inform you that all activities will continue as long as we gain access to the European countries and as long as no new instructions are issued by the government leading to a total Lockdown in our country and the other European countries.

We take measures to prevent the spread of the virus.

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