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Officially launched on the final day of Belgium’s Mobility Week (16-22 September), Handycab is a phone application aiming to identify all taxis in the Brussels-Capital region suitable for reduced
Brussels is looking into setting up a food distribution centre for refugees on Avenue du Port by the canal, the capital’s mayor Philippe Close has announced.
“You know the 30km/hour zone and the 20km/hour zone….
German federal transport minister Andreas Scheuer has proposed at a European transport council meeting in Brussels to relaunch the Trans-Europe Express (TEE) 2.0 network of high-speed and night tr
Brussels mobility minister Elke Van den Brandt welcomed that Brussels’ 18th “Sunday without cars”, took place without any significant incident.
Presenting the city’s new LGBTQI+ plan of action on Friday, Khalid Zian, alder
Nearly 100 of the Belgian capital’s best heritage addresses, from the ADAM Design Museum to restaurant Vincent, in almost all of its 19 communes, will be opening their doors to the public on 19 an
A full inquiry has been launched to investigate complaints of aggression and intimidation at Belgium’s national airline company Brussels Airlines.
As more and more people consider alternative ways of living during the coronavirus pandemic, the LIFE Vegan Festival on Saturday looks like being a popular event.