Civil engineering structures that provide access to public roads crossing the new railway line have been designed to increase local mobility (pedestrians, cyclists, vehicles, etc.). Some examples are given below.
Widening of a subway below the tracks: the passage below Hoeilaart
Widening of a subway below the tracks: the Baty Gigot bridge at Braine-l'Alleud
Widening of a passageway above the tracks: the bridge at Waterloo
A railway bridge built for use by pedestrians, cyclists or people on horseback: footbridge for pedestrians and cyclists at Hoeilaart