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Flemish mobility minister Ben Weyts has criticised a proposal from his federal counterpart, Jacqueline Galant, to close down unprofitable rail routes and replace them with buses. 

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There’s a good chance that Thursday’s national demonstration will involve public transport company STIB/MIVB, which controls the bus, tram and metro networks in and around Brussels, the Christian t

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Brussels has no plans to cut investment in its public transport network MIVB/STIB, the Capital Region’s transport minister, Pascal Smet, said.

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The Flemish public transport company, De Lijn, has previously announced its need to drastically reduce costs and come up with an additional €17 million to maintain services.

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SNCB/NMBS will not scrap post-midnight trains out of Brussels as of December 14, as originally announced.

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In Belgium, one in three people born between 1977 and 1994 say that they are not planning to buy or lease a car any time before 2019.

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Since 2006, the Brussels-Capital Region offers a premium to get more cars off of Brussels’ roads and to encourage people to use public transportation in the city.

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Belgians waste a lot of time and money commuting to and from work by car every day, and the traffic jams are getting worse every year.

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De Lijn should be taking drastic measures to reduce costs, according to the new Flemish government, but is instead handing out a bonus of €140 to each of its 8,220 employees, for a total of more th

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