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A new means of transport has arrived in Brussels: the electric tuk-tuk, a small, three-wheeled vehicle that is especially popular in Asia.

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Elke Sleurs, state secretary for combatting tax fraud, has ordered tax authorities to look into the returns of drivers linked to the controversial “ride-sharing” service Uber.

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Of all Europeans, Belgians spend the most amount of time travelling to and from work, according to a European study commissioned by Samsung Electronics, Metro reports.

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Public transport in Brussels was still feeling the effects of yesterday’s strike, as most trains arrived and left stations 10 to 20 minutes late this morning.

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At Brussels Airport, about 500 vacancies remain unfilled, especially those requiring low-skilled technicians. The company calls for improved bus services to and from the airport.

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In 2013, Midi (South Station) in Brussels was Belgium’s busiest railway station, with the highest number of passengers per day.

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Two Eurostar trains came to a standstill outside Lille for more than eight hours in the night from Thursday to Friday. Broken overhead cables were the cause of the power outage.

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Brussels public transport operator (bus, tram and metro) STIB will not raise its prices in 2015, reports Knack.be.

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Pensioners will have to pay €50 a year for a public transport season ticket with De Lijn from September next year, the company has announced.

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