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Brussels Capital Of Europe / Traffic-intensive avenues to the city center should be tunneled to the benefit of the adjacent residential areas / 2014 - 2020 / Brussels

Tunneling all main avenues to the center and ending them in an underground mega-city car park, frees both the neighborhoods surrounding those avenues and the city center from traffic. We thus have plenty of space for green public space.
Traffic that replaces medieval city walls can in turn be replaced by greenery thanks to the construction of large-scale underground infrastructure.
The most profitable input vs. output relationship: massively bringing traffic-intensive city rings and their connected avenues underground to the benefit of the attractiveness of the public space of cities.
Thanks to the historic error of bringing all traffic to the city center, an unprecedented opportunity for high-quality public space arises after tunneling.
Making the city center green and car-free offers living space to the entire population of that city. Digging no more than a number of tunnels is sufficient.
Traffic-intensive avenues to the city center should be tunneled to the benefit of the adjacent residential areas.
Tunneling all main avenues to the center and ending them in an underground mega-city car park, frees both the neighborhoods surrounding those avenues and the city center from traffic. We thus have plenty of space for green public space.
Traffic that replaces medieval city walls can in turn be replaced by greenery thanks to the construction of large-scale underground infrastructure.
The most profitable input vs. output relationship: massively bringing traffic-intensive city rings and their connected avenues underground to the benefit of the attractiveness of the public space of cities.
Thanks to the historic error of bringing all traffic to the city center, an unprecedented opportunity for high-quality public space arises after tunneling.
Making the city center green and car-free offers living space to the entire population of that city. Digging no more than a number of tunnels is sufficient.
Traffic-intensive avenues to the city center should be tunneled to the benefit of the adjacent residential areas.
Tunneling all main avenues to the center and ending them in an underground mega-city car park, frees both the neighborhoods surrounding those avenues and the city center from traffic. We thus have plenty of space for green public space.
Traffic that replaces medieval city walls can in turn be replaced by greenery thanks to the construction of large-scale underground infrastructure.
The most profitable input vs. output relationship: massively bringing traffic-intensive city rings and their connected avenues underground to the benefit of the attractiveness of the public space of cities.
Thanks to the historic error of bringing all traffic to the city center, an unprecedented opportunity for high-quality public space arises after tunneling.