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Belgium


Speed

Motorcycles
Vehicles below 3.5 t

Standard speed limits (unless otherwise indicated on roadsigns) [km/h]

50

Urban roads

50

20 km/h in residential areas.25 km/h for A-class mopeds (< 50 cm3)

50

30 km/h near schools and in streets with cycle paths 45 km/h for B-class mopeds (< 50 cm3)

90

Non-urban roads Dual carriageways

120

Motorways/fast roadsDual carriageways

Passenger cars & vans
Vehicles below 3.5 t

Standard speed limits (unless otherwise indicated on roadsigns) [km/h]

50

Urban roads

50

20 km/h in residential areas.

50

30 km/h near schools and in streets with cycle paths

90

Non-urban roads Dual carriageways

120

Motorways/fast roadsDual carriageways

Passenger cars & vans with trailers
Vehicles below 3.5 t

Standard speed limits (unless otherwise indicated on roadsigns) [km/h]

50

Urban roads

50

20 km/h in residential areas.

50

30 km/h near schools and in streets with cycle paths

90

Non-urban roads Dual carriageways

120

Motorways/fast roadsDual carriageways

Heavy-duty motor vehicles
over 3.5 t

Standard speed limits (unless otherwise indicated on roadsigns) [km/h]

50

Urban roads

50

20 km/h in residential areas.

50

30 km/h near schools and in streets with cycle paths

90

Non-urban roads Dual carriageways

90

Motorways/fast roadsDual carriageways

On any other highways, there is a speed limit of 60 km/h for vehicles over 7.5 t.

Bus

Standard speed limits (unless otherwise indicated on roadsigns) [km/h]

50

Urban roads

50

20 km/h in residential areas.

50

30 km/h near schools and in streets with cycle paths

75

Non-urban roads Dual carriageways

90

Motorways/fast roadsDual carriageways

The information on this website according to Article 8(1) of the road safety directive (Directive 2011/82/EU) is provided by the national authorities in the country concerned. In the event of any conflict between the provided data and the rules in effect in a given country, the latter take precedence. The data are meant purely as a documentation tool and the Commission does not assume any liability for their content or their accuracy.