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The police are not amused by a pedestrian crossing painted on Rue Masui in Brussels-City, near the canal. The crossing was painted on the street by the residents themselves.
What will mobility in Brussels look like in 2030, and how can the city’s international community help shape that future?
Car use in Belgium should be taxed by the kilometre and according to the time of day to help reduce traffic jams, two major Belgian business federations have recommended.
The German low-cost bus service FlixBus is about to launch a domestic service in Belgium.
Brussels plans to triple the number of Lidars – also called ‘super speed cameras’ – in the streets from two to six.
People in Brussels are complaining about taxi drivers more than ever before, according to figures released by the region’s mobility department.
Works to the Reyers tunnels will start next month and last for a year, according to Brussels mobility minister Pascal Smet.
October has broken the Belgian record for the most traffic ever in any one month. It saw more tailbacks in the country than any other month in history.
Brussels mobility minister Pascal Smet faced questions this week from members of parliament about the sudden appearance of bicycles that are part of the oBike sharing scheme.