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The RAVeL, or autonomous network of slow tracks, is an initiative of the Walloon Region in Belgium, which aims to create a network of routes reserved for pedestrians, cyclists, people with reduced mobility and riders, where the situation permits. This network of greenways uses abandoned haulage roads and railways leased by the Region under a 99-year lease. 

The town of Binche is crossed by 2 lines (108 and 422) 

For more information, visit the RAVeL Website.

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