Content by tag : public transport
As far as defining moments in musical history go, 2005 was a landmark for Brussels commuters.
Brussels residents are using public transport now more than ever, according to the latest annual figures from Stib.
Brussels is lacking quality public transportation, relies too much on cars and has minimal access to safe cycling according to a new study from Greenpeace.
To settle the question once and for all, the Brussels Cycling Union carried out a test: If you live in the burbs, is it faster to get to work by car, public transport or bicycle?
The Stib's first all-electric bus route will enter service on 1 June, connecting the city's Dansaert and Louise shopping districts.
From Flanders Today: Flemish public transit authority De Lijn has launched Mobiele Maandag (Mobile Monday) to encourage people who drive to rethink their commute at least one day a
The Brussels-Capital Region has decided on a traffic plan that will be enforced during the renovations to the Leopold II tunnel, which begins on 1 May.
Users of Stib in Brussels continue to be generally satisfied with the public transport system, though no more so than in previous years.
From Monday, the Benelux train between Brussels and Amsterdam will make the majority of its journey using the high-speed line.