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Flemish public transport company De Lijn will in 2018 launch a pilot project with a self-driving bus that rides in a loop around Brussels Airport, reports De Standaard.
Brussels Quality Medical (BQM) will open Belgium’s first medical centre in a public transport hub, Metro reports.
Brussels’ public transportation network is severely disrupted today as trade unions carry out a demonstration in Brussels and Flemish Brabant.
Brussels Intercommunal Transport Company (Stib) is fitting 1,500 doors on its fleet of older metro cars with a sensitive detection system in order to reduce the number of accidents involving the do
Brussels Intermunicipal Transport Company (Stib) has announced it will start renovation works on the metro station under Brussels’ Central Station at the beginning of next year.
Brussels public transport authority MIVB is increasing the frequency of buses on 40 lines beginning on 23 February. The changes come to peak and off-peak services as well as weekends.
Train passengers in Belgium are more likely to not have their tickets checked by a conductor, according to a random check by public transport users' organisation TreinTramBus and its Walloon counte
There were an estimated 20,000 thefts on public transport in Belgium in 2013, or 54 thefts a day, according to figures released by the federal police.
An estimated 184,700 people used the services of public transport company De Lijn while celebrating New Year’s Eve, 8% more than the previous year, reports Knack based on figures from De L