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The EuroVelo 5 signposting: work in progress!

22 November 2018
Eurovelo Signs

The ambition is to end up with the same and unique “EuroVelo” road signs everywhere from London to Brindisi by 2020. Although on the right track, there are still some places to mark on the Belgian part of the track.

The ambition is to end up with the same and unique “EuroVelo” road signs everywhere from London to Brindisi by 2020. Although on the right track, there are still some places to mark on the Belgian part of the track.

The sections passing through Wallonia are well on the way of being fully marked by the summer of 2019. You can currently follow the EuroVelo road signs on sections 1 (Roubaix-Ronse), 2 (Ronse – Grammont), 6 (Namur – Dinant), 9 (La Roche-en-Ardenne – Bastogne) and 10 (Bastogne – Martelange). For section 3 in Flanders, linking Grammont and Brussels, follow the Flemish route marked LF6 over 68 km, as the EuroVelo road signs are not yet in place.

From Brussels up to Walhain (sections 4 and 5), the route is not yet marked EuroVelo, but follows signposted regional routes. For example, when leaving Brussels towards the Sonian Forest and up to Walhain, follow the EuroVelo indications signposted on the provincial Intersection Points (“Knooppunten”) road signs.

Between Walhain and Ciney (the end of section 5, section 6 in full, and the beginning of section 7), the route is completely marked and signposted. From Ciney to Marche-en-Famenne (the second part of section 7), the signposting will be finalised no later than the winter of 2018. From Marche-en-Famenne up to la Roche-en-Ardenne (section 8), the signposting will be carried out during the first half of 2019.

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EuroVelo contributes to local economy !

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Did you know that.. The cycle tourism and the EuroVelo routes are contributing over 44Bn€ to the European economy every year? It is, so far the largest contributor to cycling job in Europe with more than half a million jobs !

A good reason to take a bike for visiting Europe and take part of our local economy.