With the Copenhagen Plan, Flanders wants to help local authorities improve the cycling infrastructure. Oosterzele jumped on board and submitted a subsidy file.
With the Copenhagen Plan, Flanders wants to help local authorities improve the cycling infrastructure. The municipality immediately seizes the unique opportunity and quickly submits a subsidy file.
Oosterzele wants to invest further in its cycling infrastructure. The Flemish Copenhagen plan, named after the bicycle-friendly Danish capital, provides an extra boost. The focus of that plan is on the construction of new cycling infrastructure, but also on the improvement and sustainable maintenance of existing infrastructure managed by the municipality. The board submitted a project sheet for the following locations: Hoeksken, the connections between Stationsstraat, Groot Bewijk and Korenbloemstraat, Dreef, Buhlenbos, but also for the installation and renewal of tractor locks in various places. The elaboration of the projects follows after the approval of the subsidy. Participation and communication are an important step in the entire process. If the municipality wants to receive the subsidies effectively, everything must be completed by the end of 2025. (mvdv, photos ddl)