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Travellers should expect to pay a bit more on public transport starting this weekend. From 1 February, several of the country’s new laws and regulations will change.

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De Lijn CEO Roger Kesteloot has called for a review of the availability of public transport in sparsely populated areas, while increasing investment in urban areas.

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An increasing number of buskers and beggars on public transport in Brussels are being fined and ejected from the vehicle.

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A previously proposed line between the airport and Tervuren and another linking Brussels and Ninove have been shelved.

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More than 16,000 people were involved on Wednesday in a major action against fare-dodging on the Brussels public transport system, with 800 people caught without a ticket during the eight-hour-long

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The Brussels public transport authority MIVB has bowed to pressure from passengers and renamed one of the two stations at Simonis in the north-east of the city in Koekelberg.

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The cost of a train ticket with the Benelux train from Brussels to The Hague will go up next month by 8%, with additional increases for journeys with connections to other destinations, the Dutch ra

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The average Belgian takes the train 21 times a year, and travels a total distance by rail of 1,004 km, putting Belgium in the Top Ten of rail users in Europe + Japan, according to figures published

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"Pic Nic the Streets", the citizen's movement calling for a less car-focused mobility policy in Brussels, is expanding to other parts of the city.  The first mass street picnic took place for the f

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