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Due to the measures brought in to combat the coronavirus pandemic last year, many inhabitants of Brussels got the opportunity to experience more peace and quiet than they usually do, with fewer pe
Between 500 and 1,000 people took part in an unannounced carnival procession through Brussels on Saturday.
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By 2026, all intersections on regional roads should be equipped with smart traffic lights in a bid to reduce congestion in Brussels, according to the capital’s mobility ministry.
The Brussels government wants to reduce the number of cars parked on the streets of the capital and is working on a new plan which could introduce a new zone category in the city’s 19 municipaliti
In an ongoing project to green up the city, Brussels Mobility has planted 1,150 trees along roads in three urban areas of the city, it announced on Wednesday.
The office of Belgium's coronavirus commissioner has validated a plan by the Brussels region to help restore people's confidence in tourist attractions, accommodation and event venues.
Brussels residents have been given the opportunity to vote for a new name for the capital's Leopold II tunnel.
Despite restrictions put in place due to the coronavirus pandemic, Brussels remained an attractive location for filmmakers during 2020 with the screen.brussels film commission reporting that 290 p