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At a press conference yesterday, the newly formed government for the Brussels region set out its aims in tackling urban planning, traffic congestion and the housing crisis.
Brussels public transport authority STIB/MIVB is investing €430 million in 43 new metro trains to make the lines 1 (Weststation – Stockel) and 5 (Erasmus – Hermann-Debroux) fully automatic, without
In Mechelen yesterday, bus manufacturer Van Hool unveiled its first hydrogen-fuelled bus, the first of its kind in Belgium to be put into regular use.
Brussels Airport carried 1.9 million passengers in April, a record high, the airport announced Monday in a press release.
Belgian rail company SNCB/NMBS will introduce a new timetable from December 2014 which calls for the elimination of a number of late and early trains to and from Brussels.
The Brussels-Capital Region has finalised the route of a new metro line that will eventually connect Schaerbeek and Evere with North Station.
Up to 100 people per hour slip through the gates of Brussels metro stations, thereby avoiding paying for their ride, according to a report by journalism students at Erasmus University College.
Starting today, more than 1,000 drivers begin participating in the trial phase of a kilometre tax for vehicles in the Brussels Regional Express Network Zone (Gewestelijk Expresnet or GEN zone in Du
Users of Brussels’ public transportation system are being warned to expect significant delays along the city’s metro, tram, and bus lines tomorrow as employees of the Brussels transport service STI