Leopold II Tunnel

The Leopold II Tunnel (named after the Belgian king Leopold II) is a highway tunnel in Brussels under the Leopold II-avenue, situated west of the city centre. It connects the Rogier Tunnel and the Small Ring around Brussels (R20) with the Basiliek Tunnel and the A10 (part of the E40). The tunnel is of great importance for the traffic entering and leaving the capital. The structure is 2534 m long, making it the longest tunnel in Belgium. A renovation of the tunnel between 2014 and 2018 was planned in 2012 by the Brussels Capital Region, with a cost of 105 million €. In 2016, the tunnel has been closed several times, when debris struck a car in January due to poor maintenance.


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