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A new network of signs along Liége’s narrow riverbank routes has been installed to raise awareness of potential collisions between pedestrians and cyclists.

The banks of the Meuse are popular among Liége’s walkers, joggers and cyclists, and are part of Wallonia’s RAVeL network, an initiative which aims to create routes for pedestrians, cyclists, horse riders and people with reduced mobility. The routes generally run along railway lines and towpaths on rivers that are no longer in use.

Original author: Admin