Partial commissioning of Waaslandhaven-Oost slip road

The works on the Waaslandhaven-Oost slip road complex as part of the Oosterweel connection are entering a new phase this week. From then on, part of the so-called bowtie intersection will be in use.

During the night of 17 to 18 February, the slip road towards Antwerp of the new Waaslandhaven-Oost complex will be put into use. Therefore, the slip road will be closed that night between 10:30 p.m. and 5 a.m. If you need to access the E34 from Canadastraat/Keetberglaan, please follow the alternative route via Keetberglaan to the Melsele slip road (complex 9), where you can then get onto the E34.

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The old bridge for the slip road will be demolished the following weekend. Therefore, between Friday evening, 19 February, from 10:30 p.m., and Monday morning, 22 February, 5 a.m., the E34 will be completely closed at Waaslandhaven-Oost (in both directions). The Waaslandhaven-Oost slip road will also be closed. Traffic heading for Zelzate/Waaslandhaven must leave the E34 at Waaslandhaven-Oost and take the Keetberglaan, Steenlandlaan to Waaslandhaven-Zuid (complex 10), where they can get back on the E34. There is also a short alternate route in the direction of Antwerp.

All information about the works can be found on the website about the Oosterweel works on Linkeroever.

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