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Cheaper on-street parking in City of Brussels
On-street parking in the centre of Brussels will become cheaper in the coming weeks, as the City of Brussels brings its rates in line with other municipalities across the region.
The cost of parking for an hour is reduced from €1.50 to €1 - two hours from €4 to €2 and three hours from €7 to €3.50. Every additional hour will be €1.50 and the maximum permitted stay is increased from three to nine hours.
Fines for not paying for a ticket will fall from €40 to €25. Resident cards will be unchanged with the first at €10 and the second at €100, but other cards such as the professional card (for commercial personnel, self-employed and hospital staff) will now be €200 instead of €375.
Some cards will no longer be issued by the city but will originate from the region and be valid in all 19 boroughs. When the changes are implemented over the next few weeks, all the information will be available on the city website.